Adinkra is a type of cloth worn in Western Africa. It is a printed grid pattern made up of combed grid lines and a small shape printed in the squares.
Kwanzaa yenu iwe na heri!
We have a collection of Kwanzaa crafts for you to enjoy, inspired by traditional African handicrafts and the colours of Kwanzaa - red, green and black.
This handprint kinara makes a quick, fun and messy Kwanzaa craft for kids!.
This Kwanzaa Necklace Craft uses paint, pasta and a little imagination - it's a fun Kwanzaa craft for little kids!
People in western Africa wear clothes from a cloth made of thin strips of fabric woven together. Why not weave yourself a paper placemat in the colours of Kwanzaa?
Kwanzaa is often celebrated with traditional African music, with the rhythm provided by African drums. Here is a craft idea for making your own.
Every family celebrating Kwanzaa displays a kinara, a candelabra for 7 candles representing the seven days of the Kwanzaa holiday and the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
There are traditional origami candle models, but they are very, very difficult!
Use this fun bubble wrap printing technique to make a corn on the cob picture. Perfect for Harvest Festival, Thanksgiving, Kwanzaa or perhaps a farming or food theme.
Here is an easy Thanksgiving craft to enjoy with all ages of children.
Make this corn on the cob fuse bead design using two shades of yellow (or orange) for the corn, and two shades of green for the outer leaves.
You just need a few craft cupboard supplies to turn out this unity cup craft for Kwanzaa with your kids...