In just five simple steps, children can make fun, memorable crafts out of plastic, including an octopus, a hairy bug, a puppet theater, and gifts for friends. Fourteen projects make clever use of plastic items we find in our everyday lives, such as cups, plates, hair curlers, and drinking straws. Children five years and older will develop fine motor skills, feed their creativity, and be encouraged to find new uses for items we often see as disposable.
Anna Llim? graduated from the Fine Arts University of Barcelona. She has a master? degree in teaching and drawing and a master of humanities degree specializing in contemporary art, literature, and culture. Her work has also been shown at exhibits. This book is part of a series of books she has authored on handicrafts for kids.

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