Includes designs that can be made with scrap crafting supplies such as wood, stickers, glitter, spray paint, beads, wire, paper clay, plastic foam, mosaic tiles, feathers, rubber stamps, stencils, markers and more
Release on 1999 | by Holly Rivlin,Michael Cavanaugh,Brenn Jones
Author: Holly Rivlin,Michael Cavanaugh,Brenn Jones
Pubpsher: Barnes & Noble
Highlights baby books, preschool and picture books, poetry and anthologies, early readers, fiction, special needs, award winners, and titles appropriate for toddlers. A section on how to use the internet to look for children's books is also included.
Release on 2004 | by Andrea Grossman,Memory Makers Books
200 Simple Yet Sensational Sticker Ideas
Author: Andrea Grossman,Memory Makers Books
Pubpsher: Memory Makers
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Stickers are a traditional and basic form of scrapbook embellishment. But today's modern scrapbookers are looking at stickers in a whole new light. No longer are they satisfied with simplistic page adornment--they are now using stickers to create sophisticated, dramatic and spectacular effects on their pages. Mrs. Grossman's Creative Sticker Art for Scrapbooks inspires scrapbookers to look beyond the obvious to find the "art" in stickers, and then apply that art to the craft that they love. Mrs. Grossman's, a long-time leader in sticker art, brings her special expertise and artistic eye to this book, which is sure to be a winner with all sticker-lovers.
Ayanna lives in caterpillar village with a big loving family. Her sisters, Rosie and Tulip, attend the local Bug High and go through a lot of trouble each and every day to prepare themselves and make themselves different by applying caterpillar stickers. Caterpillar stickers are sticky butterfly wings, but they are not real, as they are just stuck on “stickers”. Rosie and Tulip think wearing the caterpillar stickers make them beautiful. Ayanna wonders if there is a better way to look “butterfly beautiful”. Ayanna is sure she does not want to wear caterpillar stickers and pretend to look like a butterfly, as she wants to transform and be a real butterfly. Ayanna learns the secret of transformation and sets out on her journey to become a beautiful butterfly. Ayanna’s name literally means “beautiful flower”.
Growing up in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s saw the development of extensive prosperity, of previously unknown luxury, and a level of frivolity that the previous generation never knew. Television, expansion into the suburbs, and the rapid growth of automobiles all led to a development boom that people had never experienced. Combine this with automotive growth, hot rodding, car shows, kids playing with toy cars and building models, and you have the elements necessary to create the show rod craze that proliferated in America during the 1960s and 1970s. A complement to author Scotty Gosson's previous title, America's Wildest Show Rods of the 1960s & 1970s, this all-new book covers what was often the inspiration for all those crazy show rods, the model kits themselves. Viewed from a collector's standpoint rather than a builder's point of view, all of the coolest and wildest kits are featured. Kits including the Red Baron, Li'l Coffin, Mysterion, Uncertain-T, Batmobile, and many more are featured from manufacturers such as Monogram, AMT, Revell, and MPC. Interviews and insights from the designers, the car builders, and the corporate suits provide a unique behind-the-scenes insight into not only what enthusiasts were demanding, but also the methods and marketing savvy that made it all happen. Author Gosson's entertaining prose, unique perspective, diligent research, and color photography throughout make this book essential for show rod enthusiasts. Whether you are interested in picking up the collecting hobby, just want a few cool kits from your childhood to display, or simply want to reminisce about building and obsessing over these crazy kits from your youth, Show Rod Model Kits: A Showcase of America's Wildest Model Kits will be a fun addition to your library.
In Love with Paper Crafts, -Endearing designs from Paper Crafts magazine celebrate love of all kinds, from valentines to wedding wishes and family ties. Cards, bags, boxes, albums, sweet gifts, and more.
The Hostess Guide to Year-round Entertaining on a Dime
Author: Shelley Wolson
Pubpsher: Filipacchi Publishing
Shares strategic guidelines for low-stress, affordable party hosting for special occasions and holidays, in a lavishly illustrated reference that includes menus and recipes, mood-setting decorating tips, and recommendations for enlisting family help. Original.
A Curriculum Book for the Professional Early Childhood Nanny
Author: Kristin Laubenthal
A Nanny’s Day – The Professional Way! is an ultimate curriculum book designed for the professional early childhood nanny. Naturally; any stay-at-home parent, early childhood teacher, or home child care provider can utilize the ideas in this book. Kristin strongly believes that every professional nanny should have learning experiences intended for the day. This book includes ideas from nine curricular areas - art, cooking, language, math, motor skills, music, science, social studies, and health, safety, and nutrition. The ideas are made to not only teach the children in your care, but are also inexpensive and uncomplicated. She gives lesson plans and activity ideas based upon three concepts: The Nanny’s Creative Curriculum, The Nanny’s Literacy Curriculum, and The Nanny’s Thematic Curriculum. Kristin also gives developmentally appropriate sample schedules for children between the ages of zero to five.
It’s the camp reunion and everyone from Bunk 3C is going to NYC for the weekend! And with the girls planning a big surprise for one of their bunkmates, it’s sure to be just like old times. But when everyone meets up, it’s obvious that things have changed—the bunk has split up into different cliques! Bunk 3C was always the most fun when everyone got along, but can the girls fix everything before it’s time to leave one another again?