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Fabulous Flowers by Klutz

Fabulous Flowers by Klutz - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jun 01, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

The authors at Klutz, like Anne Akers Johnson, are always coming up with cool ideas for craft books. This time, it’s all about making “Fabulous Flowers.” The book comes with all the instructions and materials you need to make beautiful blossoms!

Fabulous Flowers by KlutzCourtesy of Klutz

What You Get

Fabulous Flowers by Klutz is a craft book that includes pretty much everything you’ll need to make your own beautiful blossoms. At the end of the book there are 26 amazing pages of punch-out petals – enough to make 20 different flowers. Plus, you get wire stems, a shaping tool for curving and shaping your petals into real-looking blossoms, glue, glittery rhinestones and a ruler printed inside the back cover.

What you GetCourtesy of Klutz

What You Need

There are a few supplies that you need to get yourself: scissors (the smaller the better), nail clippers (yup, we said nail clippers; you’ll use these to snip your stems) and a glass jar so your flowers can stand up and dry when you’re done! Then, just follow the step-by-step instructions and you'll have your very own home-made blooms in no time at all!

Flower Power

Fabulous Flowers lets you make eight different types of flowers (or, get creative and invent your own variety): Daisies, Zinnias, Poppies, Hibiscus, Daffodils, Cosmos, Larkspurs and Roses.

DaffodilCourtesy of Klutz

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