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.
When monsters celebrate Christmas it's time to wreck the halls...
Make crafting dreams come true for anyone who loves princesses and all things sparkly and sequined. Cut, stick, sew, and paint your way into an ice princess's world, from the skirt, gloves, and crown that she wears to the castle she lives in and the puppets and snow globe that she plays with. Why not throw an ice princess-style party with the fabulous castle cake and nibbles? If your child loves the film Frozen, then they will want to make each and every project alongside you. Projects include: Heart Handbag and Charm, Secret Castle Trinket Box, Salt Dough Twinkle Wand, Winter Princess Cape, Three Quick Crowns, Ice Princess Tutu, Royal Theater, Snow Queen Snow Globe.
Writing a medical paper, or any other scientific text, is full of pitfalls which make it difficult to get it accepted for publication. This unique book gives practical advice on how one can circumvent these dangers. It is richly filled with examples, predominantly negative ones. which exhibit how one should not write a medical paper. This book highlights the fallibilities that manuscripts are often susceptible to, and hence will help writers avoid committing those mistakes.
This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in scientific publishing. Junior medical scientists (independent of specialty), experienced scientists who wish to venture as authors, reviewers, and even editorial personnel can refer to the book time and again.
The Craft in the City will teach you everything you need to know about witchcraft in the modern world. Here, the essentials of the Craft and of Wiccan beliefs are condensed into handy practical sections, perfect for the busy reader. In a series of easy-to-read letters, the author describes spell-weaving, candle magic, the nature of ritual, how to make potions and much more. This book will explain and dispel many of the myths that have developed over time about the role of the witch. You will also find here teachings on the nature festivals held throughout the year and their relevant practices such as spells and correspondences. Tudorbeth is a hereditary practitioner of the Craft, the rules and gifts having been passed down to her through several Celtic and English generations. Born in Wiltshire, she has an Honours degree in Religious Studies.
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