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What Can You Do with a Paper Bag?

Hats, Wigs, Crowns, Helmets and Headdresses inspired by Works of Art from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

9.5 x 9.5 in; 64 pp;
Full color throughout, Ages 8-12
Paperback
June 2001
ISBN 9780811832205
ISBN10 0811832201

SKU# 9780811832205

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With a little imagination, the answer is "plenty!" Armed with scissors, tape, and glue, it's easy to turn an ordinary paper bag into an extraordinary hat, wig, mask or crown. Simple step-by-step instructions show readers how to make a golden crown, a curl...
What Can You Do with a Paper Bag?


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What Can You Do with a Paper Bag?

With a little imagination, the answer is "plenty!" Armed with scissors, tape, and glue, it's easy to turn an ordinary paper bag into an extraordinary hat, wig, mask or crown. Simple step-by-step instructions show readers how to make a golden crown, a curly Baroque wig, Perseus's winged helmet, a pharaoh's headdress, George Washington's wig, a Japanese geisha hairdo, an African mask and sixteen other imaginative designs. An engaging activity book for both home and classroom, What Can You Do with a Paper Bag?, inspired by works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will provide hours of educational and entertaining dress-up fun.

 

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9.5 x 9.5 in; 64 pp;
Full color throughout, Ages 8-12
Paperback
June 2001
ISBN 9780811832205
ISBN10 0811832201
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City has over 2 million objects in its collections. Judith Cressy, project editor at the the museum, was inspired by 23 of them to create these crafts.

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