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We Love to Craft Christmas - Fun Stuff for Kids—17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects - cover

We Love to Craft Christmas - Fun Stuff for Kids—17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects

Annabel Wrigley

Publisher: FunStitch Studio

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Summary

Make this Christmas extra special with the homemade decorations and one-of-a-kind gifts featured in this kid-friendly crafting guide. 
 
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas—and that means it’s time to get crafty. This book will teach you how to make 17 of the cutest things you’ve ever seen. Decorate your home with fun and festive handmade Christmas stockings, wreaths, ornaments, advent calendars and more. Plus, give your family and besties something they can't find at the mall. All you need is paper or fabric!
Available since: 08/01/2015.
Print length: 136 pages.

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