This is a cute twist on Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
Making a black cat may be the next stunt/game for your Halloween Party.
A large black cardboard cat is cut into as many pieces as there are players.
Each child is given a piece and one by one, as they are blindfolded, they try to pin the pieces of the cat in correct position on a sheet or curtain.
If the party is a large one, there may be two teams, and the team that succeeds in putting together the most anatomically correct cat is the winner.
How to Cut Strips of Crepe Paper
When cutting a strip for petals or for wrapping stems, it will be helpful to cut the desired width through the entire fold of crepe paper so as to have ready when needed.
How to Cut Crepe Paper Evenly
In cutting crepe paper, whether a straight line or curved, start as far away from the point of the scissor a possible, and cut long swath without changing the position of the scissors. In this way, you will have a much smoother edge than when short cuts are made.
How to Cut Several Thicknesses of Crepe Paper
You can save time by cutting several leaves or petal at a time. A strip of crepe paper may be cut through the entire fold, but to cut petals or leaves accurately Read more
The people of Norway and Sweden have for centuries observed the quaint custom of preparing a Christmas tree for the birds. It is made from a sheaf of choice grain which has been carefully stored from the time of the harvest. The day before Christmas, the grain is tied to the end of a long pole, carried into the yard, and placed near the house to attract the birds who, they believe, bring happiness and good fortune to those within. No family would consider celebrating its own Christmas until the birds had first been provided for.
Could you and your children find a more delightful way to express the spirit of Christmas than to follow these customs?
I am sure that the children and even Dad will want to help make the trimmings and set up the tree. Don’t be surprised if fixing the birds’ tree becomes as happy a time as Read more
Each culture has their own set of Christmas Traditions that were started long ago. You can learn about them at our other website – www.VintageChristmasIdeas.com.
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