Fun Craft Projects For Kids Personal Use Ebook

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SKU: 12779

Table Of Contents

1. A New Way to Use Old Snapshots
2. Wedding Favor Creator Unique Wedding Favor Ideas
3. Terra Cotta Birdbath
4. Sunny Day Window Shelf
5. Straw Hat Scarecrow Craft
6. Milkweed Pod Poinsettia Ornaments
7. How to Make a Girl’s Journal
8. Homemade Beaded Candles
9. Holiday Gift Wrapping
10. Heart Cut-Out Picture Frame
11. Handmade Mulberry Paper Card
12. Halloween Painted Rocks
13. Fun Decorations for the Holidays
14. French Style “Cafe” Sign
15. Fall Leaves Embossed Paper Bookmark
16. Easy Dried Apple Crafts
To Create An Apple Wreath
To Create An Apple Garland
To Create An Apple Stacker
17. Easy Autumn Wreath
18. Creative Chalk Art
19. How to Make Candles Using Old Crayons
Solid Candles
Scented Candles
20. Butterfly Candle Holders
21. Alphabet Blocks
22. Wood Scrap Snowmen
23. How to Air-Dry Flowers
24. Creative Costumes for Halloween
Tired Woman
Pizza Slice
Patch of Dandelions
Bubble Bath
Bag of Jelly Beans (or gumballs)
Table for One
Mr. Potato Head
King & Queen of Hearts
Grape Vine
A Highway
Laundry Basket
Static Cling
Punk rocker

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1. A New Way to Use Old Snapshots

If you’re like me, you have hundreds of photographs sitting in envelopes, pictures from birthday parties, weddings, family gatherings, anniversaries, the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas. You have already put the best snapshots into albums and these are leftovers. You don’t want to throw them away, but you also don’t know what to do with them. Instead of letting your snapshots take up space and contribute to the clutter in your home, use them to make collages (at a cost of less than $10 each) that you can give as Christmas gifts to family and friends. Here’s how:

1. Assess your collection of pictures. Do you have several dozen of your spouse or significant other? Your parents? Your children? Grandparents? A friend? A beloved pet? Decide which person would like to receive these pictures and divide them into groups accordingly.

2. Buy a picture frame with glass (either 5×7 or 8×10) for each collage you are going to make. Department stores sometimes have sales on picture frames, and you can often purchase a suitable frame for $5 or less.

3. Cut a sheet of paper (use cardstock, 24# paper or light cardboard) to match the size of the opening on the picture frame.

4. Cut out the background of the pictures, leaving just the people (or pets). Cut out enough pictures to cover the sheet of paper.

5. Arrange the cut-out pictures on the paper. Mix and match and experiment. Try placing the pictures at different angles.

6. After you have an idea of how you would like to arrange the pictures, glue them to the paper. (Check the label to make sure that you can use the glue with photographs.) Cover the entire sheet of paper with pictures.

7. When the glue is dry, insert the paper into the frame.

Collages are not only a good way to use your old snapshots, but the recipients also will cherish them for years to come as a special and thoughtful gift.

Other Details

- 1 Ebook (PDF), 49 Pages
- Year Released/Circulated: 2008
- File Size: 915 KB
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