Side by Side

Side by Side

20 Collaborative Projects for Crafting With your Kids

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Random House, Inc.
Crafting is always more fun and more meaningful when it’s shared with those you love. Discover the joy of working alongside your child while creating arts and crafts that inspire. With these twenty whimsical projects in a variety of mediums, you and your child will find fun ways to work collaboratively and independently—together on the same project, or side by side on related projects. Create Giant Newspaper Snowflakes that take traditional paper snowflakes to magical new levels. Create surprising monoprints that take glitter glue to new heights. Explore the versatility of embroidery with a child-friendly version that uses a leaf as the canvas and a more advanced version that uses a child’s drawing for stitching inspiration. Get out in the garden and plant a Living Willow Teepee that will be a perfect playhouse and retreat for years to come.

Some of life’s best moments are spent simply doing things in the presence of the ones we love, not necessarily doing the same thing together, but being together and working side by side. The craft projects in this book will help you to create just those moments with your child.

Baker & Taylor
A treasury of whimsical arts-and-crafts projects uses a variety of mediums and is designed to promote collaborative and independent work, in a volume that outlines such options as giant newspaper snowflakes, leaf embroidery and a living willow teepee. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

A treasury of arts-and-crafts projects uses a variety of mediums and is designed to promote collaborative and independent work, in a volume that outlines such options as giant newspaper snowflakes, leaf embroidery, and a living willow teepee.

Publisher: Boston : Roost, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781590309568
1590309561
Branch Call Number: 745.5 C2396s 2012
Characteristics: 155 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm

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Jan 05, 2015

older kids who can use needles and such and draw.

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