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The word holiday comes from the Old English words holy day. As the name suggests, it was originally a day set aside to observe a religious day of great importance. Today, in many parts of the world, the word refers to any day of celebration or an observance of a special event.
Many of the activities included in Holiday Art and Crafts show how to make gifts, which are appropriate for birthdays and specific holidays such as Mother's Day, Father's Day, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. Others are more of a seasonal nature. For example, printmaking with leaves is a good fall activity, and learning how to make a Pop Art book is a fun end-of-camp or school project.
At the time The Imagination Factory Holiday Art and Crafts CD was created, all links were functioning. Due to the nature of the Internet, URL addresses change, so if you find a link that no longer works, visit Google or another search engine to find the current address. You also may find the link at the Wayback Machine. Just type the original URL address we provided into the search function.
Design a Miniature Float Decorate an Easter Egg (Picture) Make a Pop Art Book Shrink Some Plastic Tie and Dye a T-shirt II Make a Book Safe Create a Photo Frame Make Prints with Leaves Wrap a God's Eye Fold a Gift Box
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