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If you have an aspiring knight, whose dream would be to don sword, shield, helmet, and gauntlets to slay a dragon, then this is the craft book for you. With 15 heroic and daring projects, even the most reluctant of crafters will be keen to get stuck in. With cutting, sticking, painting, and cooking, you can create a prince's exciting world of castles, catapults and crowns. Also with ideas on cake and nibbles for a medieval banquet, the fun carries on long after the craft kit has been packed away. Projects include: Jousting Horse, King's Crown, Sword and Scabbard, Duct Tape Shield, Dragon Cape, Knight's Helmet, Bow, Cardboard Fort, Knight's Tabard, Shoebox Catapult.
About the Authors
Laura Minter and Tia Williams are two creative mums based in Brighton, UK. They started Little Button Diaries, their crafting and baking blog, in 2013. They have won Best Craft Blog at the 2014 Mum and Dad (MAD) Blog Awards and a 2015 Brilliance in Blogging award in the crafts section. Laura and Tia also write craft tutorials for craft superstore Hobbycratt and work on blog projects with high-street stationers Paperchase.
The Kids' Crafternoon series puts fun back into your afternoon. Each book features 25 super cute projects that you will love to make.
In Papercraft you'll find monster pinatas, kites, pop-up cards, origami lights and much more.
So grab some paper, scissors and glue and get creative with the fantastic projects inside!
About The Author
Kathreen Ricketson is the author of Whip Up Mini Quilts. The projects in the Kids' Crafternoon titles have been carefully selected by Kathreen from crafters around the world.
A craft for every day of Advent, or just to keep children entertained in the run up to Christmas
Young crafters can make decorations, their own Christmas cards, and a variety of gift boxes and trimmings using simple materials and following just a few steps. Each activity is wonderfully simple with only a few steps to each craft and will give satisfying results in minutes-or hours can be whiled away with glittery embellishments. Crafts include festive paper holiday wreaths, felt elf boots, frosty forest greeting cards, many different tree ornaments, and a Christmas village with doilies for snowy roofs.
This incomplete, early twentieth-century edition was one of the first modern attempts to bring textual criticism to bear on the Septuagint, the Greek version of the Hebrew scriptures which originated in the third century BCE. It is still widely consulted today. Originally issued in nine parts between 1906 and 1940, but reissued now in four volumes, it contains the Octateuch, the later historical books, Esther, Judith and Tobit. The preferred running text is that of Codex Vaticanus (B) supplemented by Codex Alexandrinus (A). The edition includes an extensive critical apparatus, citing key uncial manuscripts, fragments and palimpsests, numerous cursive manuscripts, daughter versions in other languages, and a wide range of Patristic quotations. It remains an invaluable resource for the study of the Septuagint.
A monument disappears, a magical object has been spotted.
Shevro and Marion are two detectives. And although Shevro hasn't solved a lot of significant cases, his biggest task is now to solve the case of the vanished city statue. They both go on a search and find out clues along the way, but the real reason for and method of making the magnificent monument disappear surprise them both. It takes them to a distant land and forces them to put themselves in the line of danger. Want to know more? Quickly read on
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