Oriental Carpet Bookmark - Isfahan Carpet

Oriental Carpet Bookmark - Isfahan Carpet

# 034193

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Item #: 034193
Grades: K-AD

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  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description:

The Isfahan Carpet originates from Persia, circa 1650.

Publisher Description:

This bookmark is timeless in its beauty and elegant to use. This Oriental Carpet bookmark is handcrafted, intricately detailed and rich in color. It is woven to match world famous carpet patterns. Measures 7" x 2"

Category Description for Oriental Carpet Bookmarks:

These super neat bookmarks are actual replicas of oriental carpets. Each one has been beautifully crafted with such a unique and colorful design, and has the name of the carpet rug, it’s original circa number, and where it originated from printed on the back of the cardboard packaging. Even with all of the woven thread, they are still only about as thick as a piece of cardstock paper (thickness varies rug to rug).

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0.05 (lbs.)
8.75" x 2.75" x 0.12"
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I had great hopes for this book as a fun supplement to our US Geography unit this upcoming year Instead of finding a practical book of ideas what I found instead was a lot of crafts that required odd or expensive materials (eg laboratory glassware hot plate varnish plaster of paris wooden fruit crate carbon paper paraffin wax rice paper with cotton strands silicone adhesive lots of acrylic paints shrink art sheets and modeling clay --- just for starters!) I'll be able to pull a few ideas out of this book but not much I'm very disappointed that the authors could only come up with ideas that required materials that are not necessarily common nor cheap Nearly every art or craft idea has at least one material that will require a special purchase Not practical for most homeschoolers
August 27, 2010

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