Crafts for the Chinese New Year

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The Chinese New Year has always intrigued me- the traditional food, the superstitions, and of course, the beautiful decorations. As we approach the Chinese New Year (2008 is the Year of the Rat), why not delve into some lovely homemade projects to celebrate?

Kaboose has some really pretty ideas for the celebration - a Plum Blossom Tree, Lucky Red Envelopes, and colorful paper lanterns, to name a few. All are simple enough to keep children engaged and busy, and will add a punch of color around the house.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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