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.
After being cooped up in the house through the winter, you and your kids are probably suffering from spring fever. It’s so exciting to watch the world wake up after a cold winter and getting out to enjoy sunshine and mild days is a relief after months of cold and snow. Rather than just running outside and playing you can give your kids a whole crafty afternoon with these spring crafts that will wake up their imaginations and let them enjoy the beautiful weather outside.
It’s time to get crafting with the kids! These 25 fun and easy Easter Day crafts for kids are perfect for a craft day and to learn about the holiday. Fill your day with lots of bunnies, chicks and learning. Kids, and even adults, love a great egg hunt! Last year we went to an Easter Egg Hunt party hosted by a friend and experienced Mexican Cascarones aka Confetti Eggs. We had a blast crushing these fun and colorful eggs atop guests heads.
See that symbol in the middle with the eye, that’s the Eye of Horus. Little known fact – I have the Eye of Horus tattooed on the inner wrist of my right hand. Many moons ago I wanted one of those evil eye thwarting necklaces. Thing is, you can’t buy it for yourself – and no matter how many hints I dropped, no one seemed to be understanding me. So I did the next best thing, I got a tattoo.