By Kathy Ross
Symbols of the African-American vacation of Kwanzaa - together with harvest vegetables and fruit, the Kwanzaa cup and candles, and the mkeka mat - are the root of a few of the twenty tasks during this particular e-book. Guided through colourful illustrations and utilizing fabrics which are available, even youngsters should be capable of make those effortless crafts for a Kwanzaa get together that's really designated.
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Stack them so that the bottoms of the bags are on your left. From the brown paper bag, cut a cover that folds around the plastic bags to form both the front and back of the book. ) Make sure all the pages are lined up inside the cover. Then punch a hole near the top and the bottom of the fold. Use pieces of pipe cleaner strung through the holes, with the ends twisted together, to hold the book together. Use markers to color a picture on the front of your memory book. Cut pieces of red, green, or black construction paper to fit inside each of the plastic pages of your book.
Green construction paper magazine or supermarket flyer pictures of fruits and vegetables red yarn white glue scissors stapler 40 Fold the four flaps in over the green paper to form a frame and glue them in place. Glue on pictures of fruits and vegetables to cover the frame. Staple a yarn hanger to the top of the frame. Write the nguzo saba inside the frame, or glue in a photograph or drawing of your Kwanzaa celebration. NGUZO SABA Umoja Kujichagulia Ujima Ujamaa Nia Kuumba Imani made byMike 41 Kwanzaa Hug Card Here is what you need: Here is what you do: Cut a circle about the size of a dinner plate out of brown paper.
When the flag is dry, peel it off the lid and trim the toothpick points from both sides with a pair of scissors. Glue a safety pin to the back of the flag. Use masking tape to hold the safety pin in place while the glue dries. 39 Harvest Frame At Kwanzaa time many people hang the nguzo saba, the seven principles of Kwanzaa, on the wall. Here is what you need: Here is what you do: empty cereal box Open both ends of the cereal box and cut the back off. Trim the four flaps that remain around the box front to equal widths.