Origami and Kerigami
Kids are intrigued with the ancient craft of paper folding. Kirigami is folding and cutting a piece of paper to get a snowflake (or other shape). Origami is folding a piece of paper to make a shape. These craft projects are compiled to suit a wide range of ages so pick the one that fits the kids in your age group.
This Teabag Folding Cross is quick and easy to make. It only
Kids can Make and Fly A Rotocopter, they just cut
Nine year old Amelie is from West Valley City, Utah
REAL SNOWFLAKES HAVE SIX POINTS, but don’t be afraid to
Make this Origami Frog in large or small sizes. These
Kids can make these stars with a few folds and
Show the kids how to make this beautiful Fluttering Monarch
Dads don’t always work in a white shirt and tie.
The full instructions and diagrams for this loveable Origami Panda
When is a snowflake not a snowflake….when it’s a lovely
Show the kids how to make recycled calendar envelopes from
Angel crafts were part of our church’s recent 50th anniversary
Get out the kids scissors. It’s snowing….paper snowflakes that is. This simple
July 1st is Canada Day so we’ve created a pattern
Here’s another creation to add to your Origami collection. This
Here’s a cute Bunny to add to your Origami collection.