HOW TO MAKE AND HAVE FUN WITH GREETING CARDS by Joseph Leeming

HOW TO MAKE AND HAVE FUN WITH GREETING CARDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

If the reader follows the advice of this text he will achieve two ends: he will save a substantial amount of money and he will be interestingly and productively occupied throughout the year. For in the pages of this book are as many suggestions for the making of greeting cards--novel and conventional--as there are days in a year. Materials required are within the budget of most children and often can be found about the house, and the satisfaction of making original cards will far surpass the pleasure of sending purchased ones. A particularly good investment for the parent of the bed-ridden child and for teachers who will incorporate card making into the holiday projects of her class.

Pub Date: Sept. 28th, 1960
Publisher: Lippincott