African Crafts for You to Make
Instructions for making replicas of household items, houses, musical instruments, ceremonial objects, clothing, and personal effects of various African tribes. Includes a brief explanation of the origin, use, and significance of each object.
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Add glue Africa allow to dry areas Ashanti Bakota balsa wood base Baule Benin blue bottle bowl bronze broomstick brown cardboard circle carved Clothing color coping saw cord costume courtyard cover cut a piece Cut four decorative designs diameter doll dowel bridge drum drumhead ears edges Egg Carton Embroidery Hoop ends Enlarge pattern eyes fabric face feathers figures finished Fold food coloring gold Hasa head headband headdress hold horns ivory Kasso Kingdom of Benin last hole layer of papier-mache legs loops mache Mangbetu mask mold N'Debele neck Fig necklace notches paint paper pipe cleaner plastic Poke Poro push raffia round rows of beads Senufo shape shoe polish shown Fig Soak square Stain starting hole stick straw string three strips styrofoam tacks tape thick thin layer tribe tubettini walls white glue whittle wood stain wooden woven Wrap Yoruba Zulu