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123 I Can Make Prints! Paperback – Feb 1 2008

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Luxbacher presents bold, eye-catching examples in an easy-to-understand, entertaining manner. Effortless fun with ... admirable results.

About the Author

Irene Luxbacher is an artist and the author-illustrator of The Jumbo Book of Art, The Jumbo Book of Outdoor Art, the Starting Art series and Mattoo, Let's Play! She also illustrated The Imaginary Garden for Kids Can Press. She lives in Toronto.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
FIRR-Kids! Review Nov. 11 2008
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Format: Hardcover
Would you love to do artistic projects with your child, but are not a terribly creative person? Do you find it challenging to come up with ideas on your own that are both age appropriate and fun? This is the ideal book for you (and me)! Intended for children aged four to seven, this will help little ones understand the creative process by employing different art techniques.

A print is made by pressing a painted item down to make a copy. Seven print techniques are explained clearly and succinctly, accompanied by specific projects. The materials used are all basic household items or inexpensive craft supplies. Using nature as the theme, the activities are interesting and appealing. Dip kitchen sponges in paint to create a crazy caterpillar. Create an art farm block print using a foam tray and a paint roller.

Easy to follow step-by-step directions along with illustrative photos make these art projects enjoyable for everyone. The process is fun, the results are attractive, and kids will achieve a sense of accomplishment. We loved making the prints while learning the art terms, and it really is as easy as 1 2 3!
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Very creative book Aug. 12 2008
By Happy Mom - Published on
Format: Paperback
Even as adult, I love the creativity and simpliness of the book. My 15 month daughter loves to watch me do the prints for her, and she loves to participate in the process. She's a bit too young for this, but I'm sure she will love it later on.
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Wonderful, Fun Projects- Learning Basic Printmaking Skills Aug. 12 2009
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
Easy to follow instructions for young children- fundamental printmaking skills and vocabulary throughout book. Dynamic imaginative projects- wonderful colorful illustrations.
Granddaughter has yet to use book Dec 28 2013
By Leona VanLeeuwen - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
The package arrived before Christmas. Guess I didn't look at the number of pages. Seemed super thin. Hope the info will encourage her to make many prints.

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