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Girls' World

Girls' World

January 2021

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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United States
A360 Media, LLC
7 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
make bff neck laces!

You can make the necklaces together, or make them both and give the other half as a gift! What You’ll Need: • blue oven-bake clay• purple oven-bake clay• glitter paint• 3-inch heart cookie cutter• metal jewelry circle• purple necklace strings• embossed letter stamps• colorful beads• thin paintbrush• sharp knife• clear nail polish Directions: Step 1 Roll out the blue clay until it’s flat Press the cookie cutter into the clay to make the heart shape Discard any excess clay. Step 2 Roll a piece of purple clay into a long, thin log shape Use it to make an outline around the heart, cutting off any excess. Step 3 Use the stamps to press “Best” onto the left side of the heart and “Buds” onto the right side of the heart Make sure you leave enough space…

2 min.
‘tis the season’!

GINGERBREAD HOUSE 1. Start by drawing a wide, upside-down “V” bubble letter. Draw a square shape underneath. 2. Add a rounded door; outline the shape and draw a doorknob. Sketch a rectangular chimney on the right side of the roof. 3. Draw candy cane shapes on both sides of the door. Add a circle above the door. 4. Sketch two smaller circles on either side of the large circle. Draw two gumdrop shapes next to the candy canes. Color! SNOW GLOBE 1. Draw a horizontal rounded rectangle with a wide trapezoid on top. 2. Add a large circle on top of the snow globe’s base. 3. Draw a wavy line on the bottom of the snow globe. Add a small triangular tree trunk above it and a large triangle with jagged edges for the tree. 4. Draw circular snowflakes…

3 min.
rainbow cloud cupcakes!

INGREDIENTS • favorite cake mix• 1 (16-ounce) can buttercream frosting• Wilton Yellow Candy Melts• Wilton Blue Candy Melts• Wilton Vibrant Green Candy Melts• Wilton Orange Candy Melts• Wilton Bright Pink Candy Melts• Wilton Lavender Candy Melts• Wilton EZ Thin Dipping Aid for Candy Melts TOOLS • non-stick cooling grid or rack• 2 (12-cup) non-stick muffin pans• Wilton (8-cavity) Perfect Results nonstick mini loaf pan• disposable decorating bags• cupcake liners• Wilton (12-piece) cupcake decorating icing tips set• vegetable peeler DIRECTIONS Day One 1. Melt 2 ounces of each Candy Melt color, separately, according to package directions, then add EZ thins to the melted candy. 2. Prepare six decorating bags. Pour a different colored Candy Melt into each one. Cut a ½-inch tip from each bag. 3. Pipe a thin layer of the pink candy in each cavity of the…

1 min.
say goodbye to 2020!

This year has been a bit of a doozy — the pandemic, sheltering at home and even going to school on Zoom. It probably isn’t what you had in mind for your 2020, and it’s been a tough time for everyone. But we hope that this activity will help you remember that some positive things have happened, too! What you’ll need: scissors pen crayons or markers Directions: 1 Carefully remove the next page from your magazine. 2 Next, use crayons or markers to color in the portrait in the center until the girl looks just like you. Don’t be afraid to color outside the lines with this one! 3 Read each question and really think about your answers before using your pen to write them down. 4 Hang your recap on your fridge or on a bulletin board in…

2 min.
it's cool to be kind

MAKE A NEW FRIEND. Is there someone in your class who seems to keep to themselves, try starting a conversation. It’ll mean a lot! CREATE CHEER UP CARDS. Ask a parent to help you coordinate delivering cards to a nursing home or hospital in your area. RAISE MONEY FOR A GOOD CAUSE. Keep spare change in a jar or piggy bank and pick an organization to donate it to. TELL A JOKE. Laughter makes everything better — you’ll be doing a lot for someone just by making them chuckle. SAY THANK YOU. When someone does something nice for you, let them know by writing them a note or giving them a call. CHECK IN. Does it seem like one of your friends is in a funk? Ask them if they want to talk and let them vent if they need to. SEND…

1 min.

Stop saying negative things about yourself in your head ... and out loud. When you catch yourself doing this, stop and focus on something you love about yourself instead. It’s important to practice self-care. Take some “me time” for a relaxing bubble bath or to paint your nails — whatever soothes you when you’re feeling frazzled. Forgiving others may come naturally to you, but we’re often less prepared to forgive ourselves. If you make a mistake, own it, commit to being better and move forward. Stop thinking “I can’t.” Putting limits on what you can achieve is only going to get you down. Instead, ask yourself, “How can I do this?” and make a plan. Sometimes we don’t talk about our accomplishments because it feels like bragging. It’s okay — even encouraged — to…