Weave a candy Pouch or Message Purse

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Weave Candy Pouches

Print several copies of these patterns then color and decorate with crayons or markers.  Use a hole punch for the holes then sew two sides together to make a fun candy pouch or secret message holder.

Hang the pouches as candy baskets placed conspicuously near the one you love.  Decorate the office cubicle.

Paper crafts take us back to the basics of Origami and Kirigami, the art of folding and cutting paper.   These easy and fun patterns celebrate May Day, Easter, Christmas or any holiday.  Learn basic math principles, many of which have been in practice for thousands of years, for your entertainment :-)

Ordinary sheets of paper can be folded and cut into ships, animals, and flowers. Great, educational fun for children. All you need to get started is a pair of scissors, a piece of paper, a Scissor Craft pattern, a few quick folds, and voilà you've got an envelope or a basket