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"Things That Go" - Quiet Book

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Author CopyCrafts
Price $8.00
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by Phillips, Leigh Ann
on June 8th, 2013

“I loved making this book! It was a lot of work and it was the first time I've ever set grommets. The most surprising thing about this project was how much it ended up costing. The most expensive piece was the Grommets and the iron on paper. After I paid for the grommets at a craft store, I found them for much cheaper at Home Depot. The very back of the book didn't have anything on it so I took a piece of the vinyl and framed it with felt so I could put a picture of my nephew in it. I know he's going to love it!”

Why is “Things That Go” so great for toddlers?

• Fun rhymes teach colors and captivate their attention.
• With over 6 different textures and 7 pages with age appropriate activities, they are sure to be kept busy exploring.
• This book is soft and durable – meant to last a lifetime.
• Best of all, “Things That Go” is safe – there are no buttons or other small pieces that could pose a choking hazard.

Finished measurements: 10 8 ½” x 8 ½” pages (excluding front and back covers)

Supplies: 22 sheets of felt, thread, black and white embroidery floss, remnants of 4 fabrics, 3 colors of yarn, 3” Velcro, 18 large eyelets, 3 metal rings, assorted fish-shaped beads, 1 sheet of iron-on transfer paper for printers, glue, misc. sewing and crafting supplies

25 pages long, 12 pictures, plus 11 full-size diagrams

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by Phillips, Leigh Ann
on June 8th, 2013

I loved making this book! It was a lot of work and it was the first time I've ever set grommets. The most surprising thing about this project was how much it ended up costing. The most expensive piece was the Grommets and the iron on paper. After I paid for the grommets at a craft store, I found them for much cheaper at Home Depot. The very back of the book didn't have anything on it so I took a piece of the vinyl and framed it with felt so I could put a picture of my nephew in it. I know he's going to love it!

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