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Published on August 9th, 2009 | by Wenona Napolitano

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A Review of The Green Crafter

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The Green CrafterThe Green Crafter: 52 Eco Friendly Projects for Every Week of the Year is a cute book by Richela Fabian Morgan.

In the book you’ll find a bunch of cute eco-craft projects for adults and kids. You’ll find detailed directions for fun projects like sock monkeys, very awesome paper dolls, garden butterflies, paper flowers, rock animals, ghosts on a string, photo ball ornaments, and keepsake boxes…just to name a few of my favorites.
The Green Crafter: 52 Eco Friendly Projects for Every Week of the Year is a great eco-craft book to share with the kids. It has quite a few projects that kids will adore like the sun pinata, the sun hat, sack full of sand toys, the string puppet, a basic diamond kite, the toy dump truck, and the toy cars.

Whether you are a homeschooler or just someone that loves to craft with your kids you’ll find inspiration in The Green Crafter.

What I love most is that every idea can be made from items commonly found around the home: newspaper, brown paper bags, magazine pages, used printer paper, milk jugs, juice containers, glue, scissors, and duct tape.

You can find even more fun crafts on Richela’s website and blog.

Richela is also the author of Noteworthy: Handmade Greeting Cards fir Any Occasionand is a contributing writer for DivineCaroline.com.



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About the Author

Wenona is married with three crazy kids that range in age from 4 to 18. She is a freelance writer, poet and the author of The Everything Green Wedding Book. She enjoys reading, writing, crafting and gardening. She tries to do all of these as "greenly" as possible. Her writing has appeared in several local and regional publications, Pack O Fun, Today's Creative Home Arts, and Indiana Living Green magazines as well as numerous online sites including PlentyMag.com, EthicalWeddings.com, MyEcoChicWedding.com, eHow, Associated Content, Suite101 and Life123.com.



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