How to Make Abe Lincoln Finger Puppets for Presidents Day

How to Make Abe Lincoln Finger Puppets for Presidents DayIt is February which means that it is time for Presidents Day again. How about celebrating this great holiday with an Abe Lincoln Finger Puppet? We will show you today how to make a Lincoln puppet out of pipe cleaners.

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How to Make a Patriotic Fan

Today I’m going to show you how to make a Patriotic Fan. Made from a printed-off template, some glue and a flexible straw…. it makes for an excellent decoration to be used on any Patriotic day. Rather make a fan that is not patriotic? Not a problem. Simply print of a template of your choosing and follow the rest of the directions to complete the fan. Sound good? Awesome!! So, grab the materials you need to make the craft and let’s get started.

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How to make a Tricorn Hat Badge

Today I’m going to be showing you how to make a Tricorn Hat Badge. The Tricorn Hat was a very popular hat in the 18th Century. The turned-up portions of the brim formed gutters that directed rainwater away from the wearer’s face, depositing most of it over his shoulders. Well, in this post I’m going to show you had to make this style Hat into a brooch that you can wear. Because we’ll use oven-hardening polymer clay you’ll need a little help from an adult.

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How to Make a George Washington Wig for President’s Day

How to Make a George Washington WigLately I have been showing you some crafts to do for President’s Day. Well, I’m going to continue with the President’s Day crafting fun by showing you how to make a George Washington Wig. Made from cotton balls and a large paper shopping bag…. this craft turns out awesome. Plus, the craft is a lot of fun…. almost as much fun as the child will have running around wearing the George Washington Wig he/she just made. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started with this crafting fun.

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How to Make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for President’s Day

How to Make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for PresidentYesterday I showed you how to make a an Easy George Washington Hat for President’s Day. Well, it wouldn’t be right to make a hat and celebrate George Washington’s special day if we don’t do the same thing for Abraham Lincoln. So, today I will show you how to make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for President’s Day. After all, President’s Day is about honoring both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. And, what better way to honor Abraham Lincoln than to make his top hat. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make an Easy George Washington Hat for President’s Day

How to Make an Easy George Washington HatPresident’s Day is coming up later this month…. specifically on February 20th. On President’s Day we celebrate George Washington’s Birthday. So, in honor of our first President’s birthday I’m going to show you how to make an easy George Washington Hat. Your youngest of crafters will love making this George Washington Hat…. almost as much as they love wearing it. You don’t need many materials for this craft. As a matter of fact, you probably have most of the materials at home already. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make Cardboard Tubes Log Cabin for Abe Lincoln on Presidents Day

How to Make Cardboard Tubes Log Cabin for Abe Lincoln on Presidents DayWell it is going to be February in 2 hours, so I figured that I would put up a Toy Log Cabin Craft Building craft to celebrate Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. Why? Because it is Presisents Day soon. Just use paper and cardboard tubes / rolls and then just connect them together easily.

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George Washington’s Camp Paper Folding Crafts Model Craft for Kids to Make for President’s Day

Presidents Day is coming up on February 15th this year (2010) and I am posting a great project for teachers to do with their classrooms full of students. This is a great group project to celebrate George Washington’s birthday. This project includes paper folding and cutting and the use of clay. See below for the instructions to make George Washington’s camp.

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