Short and tall, but they're all small. Here are 11 adorable chairs, stools, and more for kids. Paint bears, bunnies, butterflies, and bugs on unfinished chairs or add colorful flowers, dots, and stripes to the old family rocker. Choose a theme to match your child's room; then personalize any chair using the alphabet provided.
Projects: Samantha's Convertible (chair/step stool) by Barbara Baatz Hillman; Stamp Your Hands & Feet and Noah's Ark, Two by Two (chair/stool sets) by Linda Gillum; Eat Your Veggies! (chair) by Peggy Harris; Daisy Days (stool) by Tera Leigh; ABC Come Read with Me (bench) by Chris Thornton; Magical Blooms (rocker) by Julia Minasian; and Sailor's Footlocker and Dance, Ballerina, Dance (chair), both by Deb Malewski.
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Dig out that old chair from your childhood and give it a new lease on life. With this book and some of your own time, you will be able to create a wonderful, fresh look to that old chair and provide your child or grandchild with a chair they will call their own. One design even provides a template hand and feet prints but I have a better idea. Why not get the child to whom you are giving the chair to use their own hand and feet for the prints? Wouldn¿t then be thrilled to help you create their own chair? Two pages of general instructions on paints, brushes surfaces, preparation, patterns, finishing and painting terms will start you off on the right foot. Each design has a full color photo of the finished item and there are graphics of how to go about painting the items on that chair. There is a removable section of templates in the center so you can copy and keep the original. After you have looked through this 40+ page book, why not get really creative and do your ¿own thing¿? With all the templates and ideas given, you can make your chair design and make that chair extra special.