Hungarian culture is rich with folk art, and there are so many ways to incorporate it into our lives! From cake decorating to stepping stones to upcycling an old farmhouse window, our readers have shared what they have done in the articles below. Want to learn more about the history and techniques of Hungarian folk art? We are developing several online classes. Join the waitlist, and we will let you know all the details soon.
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Check Out These Do-it-Yourself Projects!
We hope the various projects below encourage you to experiment with Hungarian folk art and create something special.
The Cockade is a symbol of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Red white and green cockades are available all over Hungary as the time nears for this commemoration, which is March 15th every year.
You can print these pages and color them with crayons, colored pencils or washable markers. They circles are much easier to color if you leave the sheet whole. Color your heart out and then cut out your colored circles and glue them onto colorful construction paper that is just a bit larger. Don’t forget to use a paper punch for the hole at the top! Use yarn to hang them on the Christmas tree
This is a fun craft that you can make to decorate your tree!
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