Girls' World

Girls' World March 2019

Girls' World is a children's magazine for girls ages 7-12. It's filled with crafts, party ideas for fun with friends, and advice for everything in a girl's life! It's designed to inspire creativity through artwork, crafts, and recipes.

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1 min.
make a donut clock!

Step 1 Cut out the patterns below and enlarge as directed. Cut the enlarged version to make your full-sized stencils. Step 2 Paint the entire clock base using brown acrylic paint. Let dry. Add a second coat and let dry. Step 3 Trace the “icing” pattern on the clock base with a pencil. Step 4 Paint the “icing” with pink acrylic paint. Let dry. Add additional coats until you have the coverage you desire. Let dry. Step 5 Paint the center of the donut using the white paint; let dry. Add additional coats until you have the coverage you desire. Let dry. Step 6 Add “sprinkles” on the icing portion of the donut by drawing small rectangles with paint pens. Use the white paint to add curved line details to the frosting as seen. Let dry. Step 7 Brush on the varnish only…

1 min.
good luck charms!

FOUR LEAF CLOVER 1. Draw a medium-sized heart facing upright to be one of the leaves. 2. Going in a circle, create three more hearts that are the same size as the first. 3. Outline mini hearts inside of the four existing hearts. 4. Add a circle on top and a curved rectangle stem. Color in! RAINBOW 1. Begin by creating two squiggly shapes for the clouds. 2. Draw two curved lines connecting the clouds. 3. Draw three more curved lines inside the rainbow shape. 4. Add a circle on top and outline the clouds, then color. HORSESHOE 1. Draw two small rectangles as seen above. 2. Add two curved lines connecting the two rectangles. 3. Next, add outlining lines around the horseshoe. 4. Draw one circle on top and seven circles inside. Now, color in! LADY BUG 1. Draw one large circle with a semicircle…

1 min.
rainbow swirl cookies!

INGREDIENTS: • 1 (16.5-ounce) roll Pillsbury refrigerated sugar cookies• 1 box classic gel food colors• 1 cup all-purpose flour• ½ cup sparkling sugar or turbinado sugar DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Divide dough into five equal parts, then using a small amount of gel food color, tint each dough to make red, orange (mix red and yellow), yellow, green and blue. Add two tablespoons of flour to each dough while mixing to ensure dough doesn’t become overly sticky. 2. Place two pieces of parchment paper on a work surface; set one aside. Lightly flour one piece of parchment paper and place red dough on it. Roll out to a 8x3x¼-inch thickness. Once rolled, transfer to other piece of parchment paper. Repeat with remaining dough pieces, stacking each on top of each other in…

1 min.
brownie cones

INGREDIENTS: • 24 cake cones• rainbow sprinkles• 1 (18.3-ounce) box of brownie mix• 1 (16-ounce) container white icing• 1 cup chocolate chips DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Place 24 ice cream cones upright on a cookie sheet; set aside. 2. Prepare brownie batter according to package directions, then scoop about three tablespoons of batter into each cone. 3. Bake brownies in cones for 25-30 minutes, or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Be careful not to overbake the brownies. 4. Let brownies cool completely in cones, then sprinkle chocolate chips on top. Spread a generous amount of icing on top of the chocolate chips, then put rainbow sprinkles on icing to finish. SEND US YOUR RECIPE! Go to page 96 and follow the directions.…

1 min.
jenna davis’ swedish chocolate balls

INGREDIENTS: • ⅓ cups oats• ⅓ cup sugar• ½ teaspoon vanilla extract• 2-3 tablespoons cocoa• 1 stick butter• 2 tablespoons cold, strong coffee• pearl sugar or coconut flakes for topping DIRECTIONS: 1. Mix all dry ingredients in a large bowl. 2. Add butter and mix with your fingers until it reaches a doughy consistency. Add coffee and vanilla extract and mix the dough well with your hands. 3. Shape the dough into 25 balls. 4. Roll the balls on a plate with pearl sugar or coconut flakes for added flavor. 5. Chill in the fridge for about 15 minutes, then they’re ready to serve and eat. CAREFUL: These recipes should be made with an adult.…

1 min.
how should you winter break?

DIRECTIONS : FIRST: Look at the words below and circle the seven that you would use to describe yourself. Mostly Pink Learning to sew! You express yourself through clothes and art. You love doing anything creative, have lots of patience and an eye for detail, which are all great qualities for a sewer! Mostly Blue Reading books! You’re a daydreamer who enjoys making up stories in her head. Let your imagination run wild this break by picking up some new reads from the library! Mostly Purple Trying out coding! You have a knack for all things science and tech, which is why coding is right for you. Start with the basics and work your way up. You’ll be a pro in no time at all! Mostly Orange Volunteering! Giving back to your community is something you’d be proud to do. Plus, you’ve got…