Origami dates back date to way before our time and is often associated with Japanese culture. Ori meaning “folding”, and kami(gami) meaning “paper” and is an art form that has been taught from parent to child for many generations. As a kid I remember borrowing books from the library on Origami hoping I could learn this interesting craft. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how the art of origami these fun and easy origami crafts will be a perfect place to start.
Most of the time, when people think about insects, they usually think about the creepy crawlies in the grass first. But what about the butterfly? They are the most colorful and gorgeous insects out there. I’ve gathered together 20 butterfly craft projects for kids to make that your kids will absolutely enjoy crafting.
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Colortime Crafts & Markers
Miami has unpredictable rainy days. One minute it is beautiful and sunny out. The next minute you are running for cover from torrential downpours. So what’s a mama to do with her kiddos when they are stuck indoors waiting out the rain? In our house rainy days mean quality arts and crafts time.