Travel to the Land Down Under
for fun crafting ideas. Your journey explores historic Australian
crafts and the common things and animals associated with Australia,
even down to crocodiles.
209-1 Cave Painting:
Early inhabitants of Australia left their mark in caves and
on rock. Your designs will replicate these symbols with paint.
Pony Bead Crocodile:
I don't know if you'd wrestle this crocodile, but you will have
a great time making this pony bead key chain. Key chains also
just happen to be a very hot craft, so you'll see a few other
209-3 Boomerang: This boomerang really works and it's
covered with a particular style of Aborigini design common to
Australia. It involves the repetition of small geometric shapes
in larger divided spaces.
209-4 Koalas: Where would you find a koala? Why, in a
eucalyptus tree of course. You'll make both in this project.
The koala includes a very interesting way of making fur from
glue, paint and sawdust.
209-5 Wooly Sheep: Wool is a very important part of the
Australian economy. Make just one or a whole flock.
209-6 Hands On Project: How to start your own Hands On
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