8 Pig Crafts For Chinese New Year

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2019 is the year of the pig! Chinese New Year is celebrated in many places in the world and is the most important holiday in China. These 8 pig crafts for Chinese New Year is a great way to introduce kids to the Chinese New Year. These crafts are also great to do if you simply love pigs!

If you would like to learn more about Chinese New Year and the year of the pig lots of great information can be read here. 

8 Pig Crafts For Chinese New Year

1. Art Printable

Get creative with this fun Chinese New Year pig coloring printable. Also available over at The Imagination Box are many other Chinese New Year coloring printables.

2. Easy Origami Pig

These cute origami pigs are super easy to make! This is a great project for anyone new to origami. Red Ted Art provides an easy to follow photo tutorial as well as a video.

3. Felt Pig

Make this adorable pig from felt and an old CD. Artsy Craftsy Mom shows us how.  

4. Lucky Paper Pig

Kids are going to love making this lucky paper pig. There are lots of photos in this tutorial which makes it pretty straightforward to make.

5. Chinese Zodiac Box

Print, decorate, cut, fold and glue to create your own awesome zodiac box! The box can be used to replace the lucky money envelopes given to children or they can be used to store little objects. Click here to get the printable.

6. Wooden Spoon Pig

Turn a wooden spoon into an adorable little pig. It is super fun and easy to make. This is one craft kids will want to keep! Head over to Easy Peasy And Fun to find out more.

7. Plastic Bottle Pig Plant Pot

Upcycle an old plastic bottle into a fun pig plant pot. Crafting, gardening and learning about Chinese New Year in one fun pig craft. Visit Doodle & Stitch to get the full tutorial.

8. Cereal Box Pig

This cute cereal box pig is a lot of fun to make! You could add a cardboard shelf about the legs and use it to store all of your Chinese New Year trinkets. Visit I Heart Arts N Crafts to find out more.

 

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