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Hot Glue Hacks and Crafts - 50 Fun and Creative Decor Fashion Gift and Holiday Projects to Make with Your Glue Gun - cover

Hot Glue Hacks and Crafts - 50 Fun and Creative Decor Fashion Gift and Holiday Projects to Make with Your Glue Gun

Angie Holden, Carolina Moore

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

Fifty amazingly creative things you can do with your glue gun—includes projects kids can help with too! 
 
Filled with color photos and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions—plus safety tips and helpful information on equipment and supplies—Hot Glue Hacks and Crafts shows how to create unique and fun projects from a wide variety of stylish glues. Discover: 
 
• Imaginative Ideas for Kids 
 
• Fun and Artistic Hacks 
 
• Seasonal Decorations 
 
• Holiday-Themed Crafts 
 
• Creative Decor 
 
• Cute Party Ideas
Available since: 08/07/2018.
Print length: 128 pages.

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