Holiday Crafts at HowStuffWorks has activities for each special day in the year. From Valentine's Day to Thanksgiving, check out our holiday craft ideas.
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St. Patrick lived almost two thousand years ago in Ireland. He was a Christian missionary, is the patron saint of Ireland. Join the Irish and celebrate the holiday with these St. Patrick's day crafts, like the Lucky Sprouts and the Shamrock Balloon.
Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States with traditional foods including sweet potatoes, cranberries, pumpkin pie, and of course, turkey. In fact, turkey is so popular that some people even call it "Turkey Day." Check out these turkey crafts.
Thanksgiving in America is a time to think of what we are grateful for. It wasn't until 1863--thanks to the efforts of Sarah Hale--that Thanksgiving was decreed a national holiday. Try out these crafts for one of the best holidays of the year.
Mother's Day is a holiday honoring mothers. The United States celebrates this it on the second Sunday in May. In addition to giving gifts, this holiday begs time spent together. Celebrate with Mother's Day activities for kids that the whole family can enjoy.
Oktoberfest is a two-week festival in Germany, celebrated during the last week of September and the first week of October. You can make the most of this time of year with Oktoberfest Crafts based on this harvest's most bountiful fruits, the apple.
On Mother's Day it is a tradition to give mothers gifts to show them how special they are; some of the best gifts are handmade. Skip the flowers, and learn about wonderful handmade crafts and gifts that your mother will be sure to appreciate.
In the Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the New Year. In fact, "Rosh Hashanah" literally means "Head of the Year." In this article you'll discover fun Rosh Hashanah crafts you can make yourself, like a shofar and honey cards.
Mardi Gras crafts are enjoyable projects to do with your kids. Bright colors, party masks, delicious food, and festive noise result in a festive mood around the house--just when kids are starting to get cabin fever. Check out these Mardi Gras crafts.
Labor Day first began in the 1880s as a day off for the hardworking men and women of America. Today it continues to celebrate the efforts of workers on the first Monday of September. Learn ways to celebrate Labor Day with fun activities and games.