All New Crafts for Kwanzaa
The family Kwanzaa celebration can be made even more special when children contribute to the festive air. Youngsters can enhance their family's Kwanzaa celebration with a "Light the Candles" Kwanzaa Card, a Nguzo Saba Favor, or a Bendera Notepad all made from easy-to-find houshold materials. Among the twenty-two easy-to-make crafts are some projects that can be used to decorate for and celebrate the holiday and others that emphasize the meaning of Kwanzaa.
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I was very dissatisfied. I expected to be able to print the book I purchased to see the entire directions. This is the worst and most useless purchase I have ever made and will not purchase another ebook.
Kwanzaa Snack Dishes
Wire Craft Necklace
Beaded Cuff Bracelet
Light the Candles Kwanzaa Card
Wooden Cup Pin
Nut Hulls Shaker
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12-inch long Beaded Doll black felt black pony bead bottle cap bottom brown felt brown lunch brown marker cardboard cellophane tape Corn Favor Corn Magnet corn shape Cut a 24-inch disposable plastic plates ear of corn edge fold front fruit and vegetable glue has dried Glue the beads green construction paper green paper green pony beads green rickrack green yarn hang husks Kathy Ross kikombe cha umoja Kwanzaa Candles liner marker to write Nut Hulls Shaker paper circle paper clips permanent marker piece of twine pieces of pipe pin back red and green red construction paper red pipe cleaner ruler scissors scissors white craft seed beads seven candles Sharon Lane Holm side spiral stick strip Styrofoam ball Styrofoam tray thin craft ribbon Thread the twine toothpick Unity Cup white construction paper white craft glue white paper wooden spoon wrap write a Kwanzaa yellow rickrack Zawadi