Fancy Nancy and the Fabulous Fashion Boutique


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Let’s make fun, fancy, and fabulous fashion!

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Ready, set, shop! Fancy girls (and moms) the world over love nothing better than a good shopping expedition. In her latest adventure, Fancy Nancy and the Fabulous Fashion

Boutique, our friend Fancy Nancy opens up a chic boutique to make money for a very good cause—her own shopping habit! There’s plenty of fun along the way as Fancy Nancy learns about being an entrepreneur (that’s fancy for having your own business), making money, and the fantastic feeling that comes from finding the perfect purchase, as well as giving the perfect gift. With Fancy Nancy and her fantastique (that’s French for really cool) boutique as our inspiration, we’ve created this event kit, complete with a myriad (that means a whole bunch) of suggestions, reproducibles, giveaways, and activity ideas to help you create a sleek, unique, boutique-themed event of your very own. Get ready to shop, create, imagine, and enjoy with Fancy Nancy and all your fashionable friends. Shop happy!

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FANCY Fashionista!

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My nom de style is:

Illustrations © Robin Preiss Glasser

My nom de style is:

FANCY Fashionista!

Illustrations © Robin Preiss Glasser

FANCY Fashionista!

Illustrations © Robin Preiss Glasser

My nom de style is:

Illustrations © Robin Preiss Glasser

FANCY Fashionista!

Illustrations © Robin Preiss Glasser

My nom de style is:

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BUTTON BAUBLES AND BANGLES: Take-Home Activity

There are lots of beautiful things you can make with bunches of buttons. Here are a few ideas to get you started. Just gather together lots of buttons (craft stores sell them by the bag); some glue; thick thread, string, or fishing line; pieces of elastic; and a

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few other supplies (all supplies needed within each project are in bold). And don’t forget to bring your imagination!

Make a Ponytail Holder Pick out a big button and use several loops of thread or string to secure it to an elastic band. You can glue other buttons on top if you like, or keep it simple with just one big beautiful button.

Make a Ring Glue together a stack of buttons, starting with the biggest one and adding smaller and smaller buttons. When the glue is dry, glue the stack to an adjustable ring base (available at craft stores or online).

Make a Barrette

Glue together buttons in four stacks, with the biggest one on the

bottom and smaller and smaller ones on top. Let the glue dry, then glue the stacks to a hair barrette base (available at craft stores or online—or use an old one of your own).

Make Earrings Thread a bunch of pretty buttons onto a set of earring hoops (available at craft stores, or you can use ones you already have).

Make a Bracelet With an adult’s help, cut a piece of elastic about 2 inches longer than you want the finished bracelet to be. Hand-thread the buttons onto the elastic so that they will lay flat. You can cut out and glue photos or drawings onto the buttons if you like, or decorate the buttons with paint or glitter. Tie the ends of the elastic together and trim off any extra end pieces.

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