SELF-STICK CRAFT by Florence Temko

SELF-STICK CRAFT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Self-stick plastic, more commonly known as Con-Tact though there are other brands now too, is employed here in a particularly unoriginal (and considering the cost of Con-Tact, expensive) collection of projects--chains (such as kindergartners make of paper and paste for the Christmas tree), flowers, faces, mobiles, ""stained glass"" see-throughs, Colorform-type cutouts, party hats, posters, etc. As a craft material this stuff is limited to the pre-school busywork level, and Temko's ideas and directions make the book superfluous even there.

Pub Date: June 13th, 1975
Page count: 64pp
Publisher: Doubleday