Candy Aisle Crafts: Create Fun Projects with Supermarket Sweets
There are plenty of things in supermarket aisles anyone can use to make really cute crafts. And who better to write such a book than a woman who spent nineteen years as the craft editor for Martha Stewart Living magazine? Jodi Levine is one crafty lady, and she shares a great deal of her knowledge in this terrific book that will be loved by kids and their parents. It is chock full of fun ideas for all kinds of sweet crafts—everything from cake toppers to candy bowls to cookie castles to candy necklaces to a gummy animal menorah. All of these can be made by kids, however because of the need for heat on many of these, parents will need to lend a hand. Every craft has a supplies list, very clear instructions, and photographs showing steps and the completed product. These are projects that don’t cost much to make, give kids lots of room for their own creativity, and don’t require making a big mess in the kitchen. This is a perfect book to help fill long winter afternoons. With nearly forty different projects to choose from, readers may feel like, well, a kid in a candy store!
|Page Count||112 pages|
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|Category||Crafts & Hobbies|
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