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Girls' World

Girls' World January 2020

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.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
American Media Operations, Inc
Fréquence:
Bimonthly
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5 min.
girls night!

U.S. Postal Service: Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation (required by 39 U.S.C.. 3685) 1. Publication Title: Girls’ World 2. Publication No. 011-930. Filing Date: 9/30/19 4. Issue Frequency: Jan, Mar, May, Jun, Aug, Oct, Nov 5. No. of issues published annually: 7 6. Annual subscription price: USA $31.50 7. Complete mailing address of known office publication: American Media, LLC, 4 New York Plaza, 2nd Fl, New York, NY 10004 8. Complete mailing of headquarters of general business office of publisher: American Media, LLC, 1000 American Media Way, Boca Raton, FL 33464 9. Full names and complete mailing addresses of publisher, editor and managing editor: Publisher: Neil Goldstein, American Media, LLC, 4 New York Plaza, 2nd Flr, New York, NY 10004; Editor: Stephanie Sloane, American Media, LLC, 4 New York…

2 min.
bows for your hair!

What you’ll need to make one: • sewing machine • thread • scissors • blue painter’s tape • 6 inches (5/8-inch thick) Offray grosgrain ribbon, lilac with silver dots • 1 40mm barrette • ¼ yard (12-gauge) clear vinyl • embroidery floss, any color • lilac thread • thread needles • sequins in various sizes and colors Step 1 Enlarge the patterns seen below as directed. Cut them out and tape them to the vinyl. Next, cut out two tail pieces and one ribbon piece per barrette. Step 2 Tape together the two tail pieces at the top center. Sew close to the edge around the tail sections, leaving 2 inches at the top open. Remove the tape and add sequins into the tips through the open space. Keep the sequins away from the center of the tail part. Sew the open top area closed.…

1 min.
at the north pole!

SANTA CLAUS 1. Draw a thin rectangle with rounded ends. Add a half oval underneath; surround it with a circle. 2. Add a curved triangular hat with a circle at its end. Draw Santa’s facial features, as seen above. 3. Draw two slanted lines and connect them with a thin, rounded rectangle. Add a belt with a buckle. 4. Add curved arms and mitten shapes; draw short legs and rounded shoes. Color! YOUR DRAWING HERE ELF 1. Draw a half oval face with curvy ears that end in points. 2. Add a curved hat, jagged hairline, eyes, a small nose and U-shaped smile. 3. Sketch a bell shape under the head. Add a zigzag collar and a belt. 4. Add arms with mitten hands and legs with pointy shoes at the bottom. Color your elf! YOUR DRAWING HERE RUDOLPH 1. Draw an oval…

1 min.
rainbow rice cereal treat pops

INGREDIENTS: • non-stick vegetable spray• 6 tablespoons butter• 1 (12-ounce) bag marshmallows• 6 cups crispy cereal• Wilton Violet icing color• Wilton Royal Blue icing color• Wilton Kelly Green icing color• Wilton Lemon Yellow icing color• Wilton Orange icing color• Wilton Pink icing color SUPPLIES: • Wilton 8-cavity mini loaf pan • microwave-safe bowl • wooden ice pop sticks DIRECTIONS: 1. Prepare pan with vegetable spray. In microwave-safe bowl, combine 1 tablespoon butter and 2 ounces marshmallows. Heat for 30 seconds on high; mix. Add Violet icing color; mix. Add 1 cup crispy cereal. Stir to coat evenly. Set aside. 2. Repeat five more times with remaining icing colors. 3. Prepare hands with vegetable spray or butter. Divide purple rice cereal treats into 16 equal portions, about ¼ ounces each. Form into 2-inch log. Press into loaf pan cavity on…

1 min.
ramon reed’s christmas crunch

INGREDIENTS: • 1 cup unsalted butter (NOT margarine)• 1 cup brown sugar• 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips• 40 saltine crackers• nuts (optional) DIRECTIONS: 1. Heat oven to 400°F. Line 12x17-inch cookie sheet with foil and spray with cooking spray. 2. Layer the saltine crackers on top of the foil. 3. Heat butter and sugar on stove top until boiling; stirring as needed. Reduce heat to simmering, and simmer uncovered for 3-4 minutes or until the mixture thickens and the sugar is totally dissolved. 4. Pour butter and sugar mixture over crackers and spread evenly. Bake 5-6 minutes in the oven. 5. Remove pan from oven and let cool 3-5 minutes, then sprinkle chocolate chips. As chocolate chips melt, carefully spread into an even layer over the melted brown sugar mixture. You can also sprinkle nuts over the…

1 min.
vanilla almond spice cake balls

INGREDIENTS: • 1 box spice cake mix• 1 tub cream cheese icing• 1 pack vanilla almond bark DIRECTIONS: 1. Follow box instructions to bake cake. 2. After baking, let cake cool for 30 minutes. Once cool, crumble cake in a large bowl. The finer the crumbs, the better. 3. Mix cake crumbs with ¾ of the jar of icing to form “dough.” Chill “dough” in fridge for 5 minutes, then roll into balls and chill until firm. 4. Microwave almond bark for 60 seconds. Stir thoroughly and then continue to heat in 15-second increments until smooth. Pour over balls to fully coat, or dip them into the melted almond bark. 5. Cool until outer layer has hardened. If you want to make them look fancier, sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top. SEND US YOUR RECIPE! Go to page 96…