Etsy for Seniors Tranton 2015 Based on the title alone, I would have purchased this. However, depending on the content, I might put it in a craft collection, since I don’t think it would be found in the 000s by
How to Make Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Porteners 1974 Submitter: Just why does this fit on your site and no longer on our shelves? Well, in part because we do not have a cultural appropriation/desecration section. Maybe it’s the suggestion of
Cherished Dolls to Make for Fun Better Homes and Gardens Knox, ed. 1984 Yet another doll book. Yes, I recognize that this is serious hobby for many people. After having seen my fair share of weird dolls in books, I
Off the Beadin’ Path Eha 1997 Submitter: We found this “gem” of a book in our K-8 school library. Contains beading instructions plus “inspiration” to silence your inner critic. Horrible pun in the title. The awkward photo on the cover!!
Creative Milk Caron Crafts Giles 1989 During my stint as a youth librarian, I was all about turning regular household trash into projects for the kids. A milk carton project would fit right in. However, take a look at some
The Big Book of Fabulous Fun-Filled Celebrations and Holiday Crafts Fobel and Boleach 1978 Some of these crafts must be seen to be believed. There is the shrimp and olive Christmas tree (3rd picture below). Nothing says birth of our
Scrapbook Asian Style! Harris 2008 Submitter: Oh boy. I came across this after it had been weeded, waiting to be put in our book sale. I’m not sure which of my coworkers weeded it, but I’m glad they did. This
Beautiful Patchwork Gifts Seward 1989 I recently weeded this gem from my collection. No one had checked it out in quite a while and frankly the book itself was on its last legs. Content wise, it was a an easy