What Can You Do With A Paper Bag?
Hats, Wigs, Masks, Crowns, Helmets, and Headdresses Inspired by Works of Art From the Metropolitan Museum of ArtBook - 2001
With a little imagination, the answer is "plenty!" Armed with scissors, tape, and glue, it's easy to turn an ordinary paper bag into an extraordinary hat, wig, mask or crown. Simple step-by-step instructions show readers how to make a golden crown, a curly Baroque wig, Perseus's winged helmet, a pharaoh's headdress, George Washington's wig, a Japanese geisha hairdo, an African mask and sixteen other imaginative designs. An engaging activity book for both home and classroom, What Can You Do with a Paper Bag? , inspired by works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will provide hours of educational and entertaining dress-up fun.
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: j745.54 CRE
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm