Barneblad: Sokk kosedyr

(Stuffed toys made from old socks) Heidi Håvan Grosch Sparbu, Norway What is trash, really? Shel Silverstein wrote a poem called Hector the Collector. It is about a boy who collected everything. He loved his treasures... but "all the silly sightless people, came and looked... and called it junk." I love what others throw away because almost everything can become art. In Norway ReDesign is popular. That is when you take something and make it into something else. So over the next few editions of Barneblad, I will be sharing some craft ideas that I tried with fourth through eighth graders this summer at an art camp here in Norway. Do you ever have the problem that when you go
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