Crafts for Kids by Gill Dickinson
Fun, Easy-to-Follow Projects for 2 to 6 Year Olds

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Grab the felt, sequins, buttons, bows, beads, and paper and join your preschooler for more than 50 colorful, fun crafts. A decorated mug or picture frame is a perfect Mother’s or Father’s Day gift. Add a spooky touch to Halloween with a bat and spider chain. Other projects, such as paper lanterns, come from festivities around the world, and there are great ideas for birthdays, carnivals, and more.

About Gill Dickinson

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Gill Dickinson has a degree in textiles from the Central School of Art and Design in London. After a career in teaching and designing textiles, Gill became head of wardrobe at London's Royal Ballet School. She now works as a writer and creative stylist and is author of several books and magazine articles.
Published October 1, 2003 by Hamlyn. 144 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Children's Books.

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Children will find a comprehensive holiday resource for projects to do with their parents in Crafts for Kids by Gill Dickinson. From paper decorations (Easter bonnets and party invitations) to pump

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