Get creative with inspiration from forest, sea and sky on Hands On Crafts for Kids (1801)

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Fins, feathers and fur, oh my! Let's get creative with inspiration from the forest, sea and sky. Jenny Barnett-Rohrs and Katie Hacker make a friendly hedgehog with FloraCraft® Styrofoam ™ balls, burlap, toothpicks and Elmer’s® Craft Bond® Tacky glue. Then Katie uses Clear Glue, tissue paper and a Styrofoam™ 1/2 “ sheet to create a wiggly fish. Franz Spohn colors Canson® Bristol paper with Faber-Castell® beeswax crayons, then covers with black tempera paint. He scratches off the paint to make colorful animal images. Last, Jenny makes a gelatin print Valentine's Day card with Elmer’s® Boardmate® Paper Borders and Stencils adding glitter for extra sparkle. You’ll love learning how to make animal projects on Hands On Crafts for Kids.

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