Series: Snap Books: Crafts

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Beading: Bracelets, Barrettes, and Beyond (Snap Books: Crafts) by Boonyadhistarn
Beginning Knitting: Stitches with Style (Snap Books: Crafts) by Kay Melchisedech Olson
Braiding Hair: Beyond the Basics (Snap Books: Crafts) by Jen Jones
Fingernail Art: Dazzling Fingers and Terrific Toes (Snap Books: Crafts) by Boonyadhistarn
Origami: The Fun and Funky Art of Paper Folding (Snap Books: Crafts) by Boonyadhistarn
Room Decorating: Make Your Space Unique (Snap Books: Crafts) by Hufford
Scrapbooking: Keep Your Special Memories (Snap Books: Crafts) by Deborah Hufford
Stamping Art: Imprint Your Designs (Snap Books: Crafts) by Boonyadhistarn
Updos: Cool Hairstyles for All Occasions (Snap Books: Crafts) by Jen Jones
Valentines: Cards and Crafts from the Heart (Snap Books: Crafts) by Boonyadhistarn

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