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Glue & Go Costumes for Kids
Holly Cleeland

Super-Duper Designs with Everyday Materials

Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.
September 2006
On Sale: August 28, 2006
96 pages
ISBN: 1402740530
EAN: 9781402740534
Paperback (reprint)
$9.95
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With readily available supplies and basic tools such as scissors and a glue gun, even the most sew-phobic parent or teacher can create unique, oversize, eye-catching children’s costumes. You won’t believe just how simple it is to transform a kid into a corn on the cob, cupcake, pencil, racecar, monster, basket of flowers, birdhouse, hot air balloon, plate of bacon and eggs, or create other unforgettable disguises. The 28 clever ideas are showcased in fabulous full-color photographs and are made with easy-to-find materials, including plastic cups and plates, cardboard boxes, fabric, and foam core.

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