Everywear

Everywear
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Age Range
10+
Release Date
September 01, 2008
ISBN
9781553377993
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It's never been easier (or easier on the wallet) to create frugal and fashionable accessories that embody seriously unique chic. In keeping with the spirit of the Planet Girl series, Everywear encourages crafters to check basements, junk drawers and nooks and crannies for recyclable treasures before heading to the craft supply or hardware store. Introductory sections also include the tips girls will need to get started, including the lowdown on sewing, using tools, and more. Everywear is divided into the following sections: UPDO IT * Swish hair sticks, Fab flower hair combs and other ways to swank up the ol' do, whether it's short n' sassy or long n' luxurious. FLASH IT * Perk-me-up jewelry ideas including a Va-va-voom vinyl wristband, Rings that rock and other projects to dazzle and adorn. WEAR IT * A too-cute tulip hat, Superstar sweater cuffs and other wearables to add a little ooh-la-la to any ensemble. STRUT IT * Fab bags to lend that finishing touch to a smashing outfit.

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Easy To Follow
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5.0
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5.0
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0.0
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Reader reviewed by TheBookworm

Easy To Follow

Everywear by Ellen Warwick*
Publication Date: September 2008
Not Rated

Does your ensemble need a little panache? Do you want to go from so-so to wow with as little expense as possible? Are you looking for a way to make a fab belt or a stylish hair clip? Or maybe a cute hand purse or your own outstanding bracelet? Everywear is a your handy how-to guide on how to spiff up your outfit with your own hands without spending a bundle.

Everywear is a great resource for teens who wish to stylize their accessories. If you want to make your outfit to say this is so me! I would suggest this book.

The first few pages are just a general overview of the items you may need to use and the correct way to use them without hurting yourself (watch those fingers!). These first few pages will only take about 5 minutes to read and their mostly easy to follow, but what they lack in clarity in a few places they make up with in illustrations. The illustrations for each and every step in the process are clear and crisp. I believe you could probably even make your accessory with only the pictures as your guide.

Everywear is an easy to follow modern how-to guide.

Date Reviewed: October 23rd, 2008
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