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Crafting for Christmas with Annabel Wrigley

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If you’re familiar with  Annabel Wrigley’s other books, you’ll love We Love to Craft–Christmas too. If you’re not familiar with her fun, trendy projects for kids, you’re in for a treat.


All kids love to craft for Christmas and the projects in this book will keep them busy for weeks. And you can tell that Annabel teaches kids’ classes for a living because her instructions are very thorough and easy to follow. She knows just what help kids will need.

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