Toy Making: Your Resource Guide into the World of Homemade Toys [NOOK Book]

Overview

Are you ready to get started on your delightful and fulfilling journey to becoming a skilled toy maker? Yes? Then let’s get started!

All too often a budding toy maker will rush right out, buy the first craft kit they see at the craft store, grab some materials and tools and head right into their workshop for a weekend of creative fun.

Sadly, the experience is usually less ...
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Toy Making: Your Resource Guide into the World of Homemade Toys

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Overview

Are you ready to get started on your delightful and fulfilling journey to becoming a skilled toy maker? Yes? Then let’s get started!

All too often a budding toy maker will rush right out, buy the first craft kit they see at the craft store, grab some materials and tools and head right into their workshop for a weekend of creative fun.

Sadly, the experience is usually less than positive. Often the toy ends up breaking or looks so horrible that not even the dog will play with it. All that effort has achieved nothing and the toy ends up in the bin.

It is worse still when maybe the child likes the toy and proudly shows it off to his friends, only to have it scorned and scoffed at. They are so hurt that it can make them lose their friends and their confidence – not to mention you losing your own.

Before you know it you have decided against trying again and thus you lose the opportunity to let your creative side flow. Instead, you stifle your creativity and find something else to do because you are never willing to try making toys again.

It doesn’t have to be like that. You can learn the basics of toy making and take it to whatever destination you desire. Maybe you can even set up a home business doing it. You can do it with your own copy of “Toy Making.”

The Best Part Is

• You can do it without buying the wrong equipment.
• You can do it without much help.
• You can do it without wasting a lot of time.
• You can do it without spending a fortune.

You Can Get Started Right Away

“Toy Making” gives you everything you need to get started. Not only will you learn where to access the right patterns for your needs, you will learn also learn how to find materials that do not cost the earth.

Here’s more:

Are You Mentally Prepared for Making Toys? It’s not all elves and Santa. Making toys requires perseverance and discipline to get it right.

Different Kinds of Toys to Make. What you make will usually depend on your interests and skills. But you can easily learn new skills and make something that you may never have thought you could. Learn more inside.

Making Sure Those Toys are Safe is Important. No one likes a toy that breaks the first time it is played with. Nor one that hurts. Making your toys safe for children is an important part of your learning experience.

How You Can Help Your Child’s Development with the Right Toys. There are different kinds of toys; each one helps your child to develop in some way or another. It’s not all about having fun, but learning as well. What you make may depend on what you want your child to learn.

Buy now and see how easy it can be to enter the world of homemade toys!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012202925
  • Publisher: Learning Life eBooks
  • Publication date: 2/26/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 831,503
  • File size: 363 KB

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