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My First Sewing Machine Book
Learn how to use a sewing machine while making fantastic projects!With 35 projects that you’ll love to make and a helpful techniques section, this book will teach you all about sewing machines. Start out with Clothes and Accessories, where you can make a felt collar and cozy scarf, as well as a pretty skirt. Then try one of the Bags and Cases, such as a cute bobble-trim coin purse, an MP3 player case, and even a sleepover bag. Transform your room with Things for Your Room - the wall tidy looks great and gives you somewhere to store all your bits and pieces, and you can brighten up your bedding with a patchwork quilt. Finally, why not have a go at the Toys and Games? Make a rag doll, and then clothes for it, too, to get a feel for dressmaking, or create a fabric games board for playing checkers and chess. Every project has step-by-step artworks to guide you, plus a skill level so you can start with easy items and move on to more challenging things as you get better at using your machine.
Kids' Paper Airplane Book
Calling all pilots: Fly them indoors. Fly them outdoors. Perform loops, dives, and other stunts, or challenge your friends to a race. And get to know your drag and your lift. Kids' Paper Airplane Book has everything you need to fold and fly a squadron of bold, bright, custom-designed paper aircraft.
The Kids' Book of Paper Love: Write. Craft. Play. Share. (Flow)
Chock-full from cover to cover with projects and other paper surprises, The Kids' Book of Paper Love is a bounty of a book that begs to be folded, cut up, collaged, doodled on, and shared.Loop paper strips into a paper chain. Snip out bookmarks, Fold a paper house. Make photo booth props - a silly mustache, a crown - to pose with friends. Bind up a DIY storybook and use it to sketch out adventures and dreams. Construct a paper flower bouquet, a paper terrarium, a fortune-teller with prompts like Lend someone a book and tell them why you recommend it.Plus there are Flow's signature paper goodies, including a foldout paper banner, postcards, glitter stickers, a paper doll, a two-sided poster, and so much more It's a pure hands-on treat.
Wood Shop: Handy Skills and Creative Building Projects for Kids
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The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2: Build Your Own City!
Enter the fantastical world of model building. The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2 is a full-color guide to creating intricate, bustling LEGO neighborhoods, and cities. In this second volume, a follow up to the runaway best-selling first volume, readers learn even more ways to create classic architectural styles using only LEGO bricks. In addition to creating entire buildings, LEGO model-building experts Brian and Jason Lyles also show readers how to create interesting architectural features like cornices, false fronts, porches, and detailed interiors and furniture. With instructions for three buildings and many smaller builds, The LEGO Neighborhood Book 2 is sure to provide hours of building fun and inspiration for readers of all ages.
Papertoy Glowbots: 46 Glowing Robots You Can Make Yourself!
Origami meets amazing creatures in a book of paper craft fun! Papertoy Glowbots introduces 46 robots that have the added cool factor of lighting up, whether using glow-in-the-dark stickers that come with the book or light sources like flashlights, Christmas tree lights, and electric tea lights. The 46 die-cut paper robots are created by Brian Castleforte, author of Papertoy Monsters, along with the hottest papertoy designers from around the world. Meet the robots and read about their entertaining backstories in the front, then turn to the card stock section in the back to build them. The templates are die-cut and ready to pop out, fold, and glue. Bold, colorful graphics ensure the robots look as amazing in the daytime as they do with the lights off.
Who Is (Your Name Here)?: The Story of My Life (Who Was...?)
Abraham Lincoln. Nelson Mandela. Amelia Earhart. Your name here. This fun and interactive journal prompts kids to record their own life stories. Each illustrated spread focuses on different topics – from birth and the toddler years up to the present and dreams for the future. Create your own family tree, list your BFFs, pets, and favorite subjects, food, and hobbies. When completed, readers will have an up-to-the-minute autobiography that is right at home among our other legendary Who Was…? titles.
Tokidoki Coloring Book
This is the cutest, most irresistible coloring book ever! Featuring the popular tokidoki characters - like Unicorno and Donutella - these picture-packed pages offer everyone hours of creative fun. 32 one-sided pages to color.
Kids love to express themselves, and are designers by nature - whether making posters for school, deciding what to hang in their rooms, or creating personalized notebook covers. Go, by the award-winning graphic designer Chip Kidd, is a stunning introduction to the ways in which a designer communicates his or her ideas to the world. It’s written and designed just for those curious kids, not to mention their savvy parents, who want to learn the secret of how to make things dynamic and interesting.
Star Trek Mad Libs
Beam me up, Scotty! Star Trek Mad Libs features 21 stories inspired by the classic Star Trek television series and films!
Monsters: Make Your Very Own Amazing !
A breakthrough paper-folding book for kids - paper airplanes meet Origami meets Pokemon. Papertoys, the Internet phenomenon that’s hot among graphic designers and illustrators around the world, now comes to kids in the coolest new book. Created and curated by Brian Castleforte, a graphic designer and papertoy pioneer who rounded up 25 of the hottest papertoy designers from around the world (Indonesia, Japan, Australia, Italy, Croatia, Chile, even Jackson, Tennessee), Papertoy Monsters offers 50 fiendishly original die-cut designs that are ready to pop out, fold, and glue. The book interleaves card stock with paper stock for a unique craft package; the graphics are colorful and hip, combining the edginess of anime with the goofy fun of Uglydolls and other collectibles. Plus each character comes with its own back-story.
The Fashion Designer's Handbook
The Fashion Designer's Handbook and Fashion Kit features 33 projects that range from super easy dresses for 11 1/2-inch fashion dolls (including Barbie) all the way to "girl-size" projects for the designer to make and wear herself. It shows how to think and work like a designer - from finding inspiration to sketching to developing a personal style. Getting to know fabrics, fibers, and materials; working with patterns; and creating original designs using the dress form. The Mod Mini 1-2-3 Skirt. The No-Sew Sock Dress. Little Red Cape and Coco Jacket. Every project is clearly explained in step-by-step instructions and requires little to no adult help.
Interview with My Grandma: An Interactive Journal to Investigate Our Family History
(Wire Coil/Wire Combination)
This colorful notebook has double the fun. One side includes tons of questions for Grandma (and you!) to learn all about her life, the special quirks and traits she’s passed on to you, and even the ways you’re totally different! Then flip the book over, and you can explore your own thoughts and ideas about Grandma through activities, drawing pages, and tons more.When you’re done, you’ll have a whole notebook of memories, surprises, and stories that you and Grandma can revisit again and again. Have loads of fun as you investigate your family history on the pages of Interview with My Grandma!
Origami Paper Airplanes
Origami is an ancient art, yet modern paper folders can still invent fascinating new folds. Origami Paper Airplanes is filled with new and outstanding folds that will delight, amuse, and inspire paper folders of all ages. They offer a wide variety of designs that are rated according to skill level. Everyone, from beginners to experienced folders, will find something here to delight the hand and eye.
The most original, entertaining, and instructive all-in-one book for kids ever published. Vibrantly designed and illustrated, it's crammed with activities that are not only fun and do-able, but get kids engaged in the wider world.
This book includes twenty-five new rubber band loom projects, including bracelets, sports-themed charms, key rings, pendants, and even a working slingshot. New crafters and dedicated fans will enjoy creating the wide variety of projects in this collection, including: Cell phone case; Daisy chain bracelet; Watch band; Octo bracelet; Blooming beaded bracelet; Sports fan keychain; Matching barrettes; Pencil topper; Rainbow ring; Nunchuks; Rocker cuff bracelet; Snowman ornament; And many more.
Kids' Big Book Of Games (Games Magazine Junior)
From the editors of Games Junior magazine comes a chock-full compendium of puzzles, connect-the-dots, riddle searches, mini-mysteries, and other great games for young ones.
The Best Book in the World Because I Made It
Make Believe Ideas
Cool book filled with simple comics to finish, doodle activities, and places to write your own stories! The Best Book In The World Because I Made It is an innovative book that allows children to take control and write the book themselves!
Colossal Paper Machines
What a big idea! And what big fun: A whopping oversize book of interactive paper models to appeal to every kid who loves big machines--which pretty much covers all of them. These are the coolest big machines that kids love--each re-created in an oversize paper model that, once built, really moves. The book has everything the reader needs to pop out, fold, and create a full-color model of ten big machines: a dump truck, space shuttle, excavator, ladder truck, front loader, concrete mixer, steam locomotive, steamboat, dirigible, Chinook helicopter. Created by Phil Conigliaro, a gifted paper engineer and artist, the models are printed on sturdy card stock; perforated to pop out and fold; require only gluing (no tape or pins); and come with complete, easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. And, worth repeating, each one moves: Wheels roll and the mixer turns, helicopter blades spin, and the excavator's boom and bucket raises and lowers. Additionally there's the story of each machine--how it works, who invented it, what it's used for. Kids will learn the history of the steam shovel--the smoking, hissing monster that dug the Panama Canal, the largest engineering feat of the 20th century; how astronauts in a space shuttle could withstand the 3,000 degrees of heat created when it returned to Earth; how the world's largest dump truck can haul a million pounds. It's big stuff!
Scratch and Sparkle Spiro Art
Make Believe Ideas
A new scratch-off book with a creative twist! Introducing a stunning scratch-off art title! Use the mini spiro-wheel to create jaw-dropping art. Be amazed as your artwork comes to life with rainbow colors! Then keep your artwork safe in the handy folder. A must-have for creative kids who love sparkle!
The Pocket Daring Book For Girls: Things To Do
Buchanan, Andrea J.
Rediscover old favorites and set out on new adventures. This book is a mix of much-loved chapters from the popular The Daring Book for Girls, plus new adventures and activities for readers to discover - all of which are perfect for the rambling days of summer, or any season. With its fun, portable size and compelling contents, this book of Things to Do is perfect for any girl on the go.
Zombigami: Paper Folding for the Living Dead
(Wire Coil/Wire Combination)
Fold at your own risk: these creatures are dangerous … fun! Create the ultimate “undead” crew of 13 ghoulishly gruesome origami zombies. Eager to crush skulls, eat brains, and drink blood, they range from Suzie Gravemaker (not your average mom--but she'll ALWAYS invite you to dinner) to Abominable Deadman (he takes a licking and keeps on ticking). This great package includes 50 sheets of origami paper plus a tear-out poster of all 13 zombies!
Kid Pickers: How to Turn Junk into Treasure
The star of the hit show American Pickers shares his love of treasure-hunting with kids. Mike Wolfe's love for "picking" started with old bikes, cigar boxes, and other items people may have called "junk." A self-taught picker, he now shares his passion for picking with his enthusiastic kid audience, and offers tips on collecting, sorting through flea market offerings, asking relatives about family heirlooms, and much, much more. In the process, kids will pick up history, research skills, and new hobbies galore (and maybe even help clean the attic). Kids love treasure-hunting. Here's a fun and practical resource from one of the most popular pros around.
Button Mania: Buttons, Bottlecaps, and Beyond!
Discover how to turn buttons, bottle caps, and more into hours of fun! This next book in the Mania series is packed with creative crafts, fast projects, fun facts, and many more surprises. Projects include simple crafts that can be done with one button that might be found in a dresser drawer, and more elaborate crafts that might require a trip to the craft store, but either way hours and hours of fun is guaranteed!
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