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Monday, November 11, 2013

DIY Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids: Native American Paper Bag and Candy Bucket



Thanksgiving is fast approaching.  Celebration is not complete without Native American decorations, along with Turkeys and American hats.  It is great to make your own thanksgiving craft with a Native American theme.

Materials
Brown Paper bag
Paper bucket
Colored construction paper 
Scissors 
Glue 
Feather






Instructions 
To create the face of the Native American, use peach or light shade of brown construction paper, cut a rectangle to serve as face, the cut 2 circles to serve as eyes, a triangle to serve as nose and a boat shape to serve as smiling lips.  Glue the shapes on the rectangle to create the face.




Glue the face on the paper bag and bucket to create a 2D effect.

To create hair, cut a small paper rectangle in shades of brown and black. Make many narrow cuts on one side of the strip to create strands of hair. 

Cut zigzag and glue on a white construction paper, then glue  on the headband. Decorate headbands with feathers.

Glue the hair on the inner side of the band, and then glue the headband in place over figure. 

Roll the bottom of the hair around a pencil to make curls. Glue together. 

Dress your figures with bands of colored paper. Glue together. 



Note:

You have the option to put a handle on the paper bag and bucket.

You may use the paper bag as loot bag to give away on thanksgiving, and the bucket as container for candies and cookies.




 


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