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Show 209

Travel to the Land Down Under for fun crafting ideas. Your journey explores historic Australian crafts and the common things and animals associated with Australia, even down to crocodiles.

209-1 Cave Painting: Early inhabitants of Australia left their mark in caves and on rock. Your designs will replicate these symbols with paint.

209-2 Pony Bead Crocodile: I don't know if you'd wrestle this crocodile, but you will have a great time making this pony bead key chain. Key chains also just happen to be a very hot craft, so you'll see a few other animals too.

209-3 Boomerang: This boomerang really works and it's covered with a particular style of Aborigini design common to Australia. It involves the repetition of small geometric shapes in larger divided spaces.

209-4 Koalas: Where would you find a koala? Why, in a eucalyptus tree of course. You'll make both in this project. The koala includes a very interesting way of making fur from glue, paint and sawdust.

209-5 Wooly Sheep: Wool is a very important part of the Australian economy. Make just one or a whole flock.

209-6 Hands On Project: How to start your own Hands On Project.


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