Simple instructions and step-by-step illustrations make these crafts easy, and the project hints are fun. The different methods are presented on facing pages, and a getting started section lists all the supplies you'll need. In Prints, you'll use sponges, vegetables, cardboard, erasers and more to create your own prints to be used in designing a gift bag, a greeting card, or a T-shirt. These hints will spark your imagination, and you'll have countless projects. This book is part of the "Kids Can Easy Crafts Series."
School Library Journal
K-Gr 3Colorful drawings illustrate the steps involved in making prints using, among other materials, sponges, potatoes, or string. Examples of the completed activities appear in pictures placed around the borders of the pages. However, there is nothing here that is not found in other collections such as Ruth Thomson's Printing (Children's Press, 1994), Susan O'Reilly's Block Printing (Thomson Learning, 1993), or Sue Stock's Printing (Thomson Learning, 1994).Blair Christolon, Prince William Library, Manassas, VA
Judy Ann Sadler is the best-selling author of over 20 craft books for children including Corking, Knitting, Simply Sewing, Hemp Jewelry and The Kids Can Press Jumbo Book of Easy Crafts. She still looks forward to making stuff every day. Judy Ann lives with her family in London, Ontario.