-
x

Meet New Friends!

Recommended friends are based on your interests. Make sure they are up to date.

Friends ff8c072dd79a91c1300f032d674241a8d64367100ffb1f25fa3f9bec4a05319f
Kidzworld Logo

Make-It-Yourself: Klutz Art Projects Book Reviews

Klutz has come out with some AMAZING arts and crafts books (seriously, we’re impressed) that come with pretty much everything you need to make: seven different room lanterns; your own fabulous fortune tellers (also known as cootie catchers); and beautiful handmade cards!


Klutz Handmade Cards: Simple Designs For Beautiful Cards

Klutz Handmade Cards is a beautiful all-in-one book/activity set that provides the instructions, supplies and inspiration for you to make your own greeting cards and stationery (trust us - once you make your own, you'll never go back to store-bought cards and paper)! Along with a colorful book, the set includes gorgeous, high-quality paper, a handy measuring grid, folding tool and reusable card templates. Instructions for projects ranging from basic cards to origami are included. In between, you'll find photo "easels," 3-D cards, pop-up cards, little paper boxes, a pretty daisy card, envelopes and more.


The Klutz Cootie Catcher Book: Fold Your Own Fabulous Fortune Tellers

Cootie Catchers are those folded paper things with the lift-up flaps inside. Under the flaps lie secrets and mysteries too important to speak of out loud! You'll have to read the book. The Klutz Cootie Catcher Book teaches you how to make cootie catchers and how to play the game. It also includes lots of different cootie catchers to fold up and make your own. What fun!


Klutz Room Lanterns: Decorate Your String Of Lights Seven Different Ways

Klutz Room Lanterns includes a twinkling set of 10 tiny, ready-to-plug-in lights, perfect for adding an exciting splash to your bedroom. To personalize them, there are seven sets of easy-to-fold punch-out shades right in the pages of the book! Get glowing!


Related Stories:

  • Klutz Book Of Magic
  • Klutz Tricky Video
  • Klutz Paper Fashions Fantasy
  • Klutz Window Art


  • 0 Comments

    Related Stories

    F1143582524640

    Who Is Your Fave Old School Artist?

    • Michael Jackson, he's still the man!
    • The Beatles, no one can beat them.
    • Madonna, she's still got it going on!
    • The Rat Pack, now they're old school.

    General In The Forums

    CaptJolee
    all of it was incredibly amazing!!!!!!
    reply about 1 hour
    unicornsrule626
    (Anytime!)
    reply about 4 hours
    ThatRandomChick719
    "unicornsrule626" wrote: LOVED IT ALL. AMAZING!! (Ahhh thank youuu @unicornsrule626  :3)
    reply about 4 hours
    unicornsrule626
    LOVED IT ALL. AMAZING!!
    reply about 4 hours
    ThatRandomChick719
    Section Eight (the final installment. Thank you guys for your constant support! I know this didn't take long to write, but only because I've had such fun with it!) A week passed. Kishinuma was still mourning over the loss of Ayumi... He spent most of his time alone. He wasn't going to school or work, and he wasn't allowing visitors... Not even his dear younger sister. Late at night, he would cry and scream. "S-Shinozaki... I... I should've told you..." And then he would pause. "...How much you meant to me..." It was going to take a while for him to get himself back together. However, if there was anything Satoshi Mochida knew, it was that his best friend WOULD get back to it. Mayu confronted him one day, and he just offered a small smile. "No need to worry about Yoshiki. He's a strong guy. It'll take time, but I know he'll be just fine." As for what they did with the body... Morishige got a hold of her family and asked what he should do. "Oh... Cremation? I suppose I can handle that..." He did as he was told and burned the corpse. It oddly didn't faze him. "How strange... Seeing the corpse of someone I knew... And I'm not bothered at all." He decided to shrug it off. He had something else to do now. Morishige made his way to a regular park bench. This is where he had been told to wait. "Mayu... She's running late. That's unlike her..." Regardless, he remained calm and waited patiently for Mayu to arrive. She did within half an hour. "Sorry I'm late, Shig! I had some issues with traffic! There are more people around here than normal." He couldn't help but smile. "It's alright. You made it, and that's all that matters." She returned the smile and clinged onto his arm. She couldn't help it... It was a habit. "So... Shig... What did you want to talk about?" His gaze was at the sky when he began speaking. "...I just wanted to thank you." "Huh? What for?" "Last week... You literally saved me life. If you hadn't followed me, I would've died for sure. And... That means a lot to me... And it means even more that it was you..." "...What do you mean by that?" "...I wasn't frightened or anything... Just lonely. Uh..." "Oooo, whaaaaat?" He felt his face get red again. "...I was just... Uhhh... Ahhh..." "Hehe, it's okay, Shig! I know what you're thinking... Don't worry, though. I know how you feel!" "...Y-you do?" "Yeah... Because the reason I came after you is the exact same thing! I was thinking about you the entire time... And I wanted to save you for a change... I had this feeling in my gut... That you were in danger... So I trusted it." "...O-oh... W-well... I'm really glad you did, Mayu. Thanks..." "You're we--" Before she could finish, she was interrupted by a tingling sensation. What was happening...? Her eyes focused again and she noticed Morishige, and how he was a lot closer than normal... Oh. She figured it out quickly. His lips were against hers, and her face got warm. She then returned it, and it only lasted a few more seconds. But she enjoyed it. He pulled away, and his face was redder than ever before. She couldn't help but laugh. "Shig, your face is really red!" "...Gah...! I'm sorry...!" "What's there to be sorry about? Are you assuming I hated it?" "Um... Y-yes..." "Hehe, well... You're wrong this time!" "...Heh." After that, they didn't really say anything. They just sat on the bench for a long while... and this time, he grabbed a hold of her arm, too. Meanwhile, Kizami bled so badly from Mayu's punches that he died. Satoshi continued to try to cheer Yoshiki up, until it eventually worked. Ms. Yui continued doing her job as normal, but she felt like there was a hole in her heart without a student... Seiko silently grieved. But she had Naomi to keep her company, and that's all she could really ask for. The end. (I guess this turned out being a mix of Mayushige and Ayushiki fanfiction. Let's just say my plans totally changed since I started, but I don't regret it! Once again, thank you and I hope you liked it!)
    reply about 5 hours