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My name is Merve, I am a Muslim, an engineer from New York, a mom, a wife and a crafter by nature. My parents introduced me to arts and crafts at a very early age. I love doing arts and crafts as a hobby but most importantly to teach my son about nature and manual skills. My parents and I traveled quite a lot, thus I was able to pick up different cultures and languages easily. My parents introduced me to arts and crafts at a very early age. I love doing arts and crafts as a hobby :).

As a child I watched many Japanese shows. These shows influenced my taste, my skills and even my choice in profession. One of these arts and crafts shows that influenced me was called ¿Can I do it? Or in Japanese, Dekirukana? (できるかな). (Their protagonists were Noppo (ノッポさん Noppo-san), played by Ei Takami, and Gonta (ゴン太くん Gonta-kun). I only watched the show from age 4-5 but it did leave quite an impression in my life as well as in the life of many other children.

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6 Responses to Easy Arts and crafts: How to make a Chinese Hat

  1. massiekur5436 says:

    i struggled with …
    i struggled with this for 20 mins before finding this video made by this kid…I’m a teenager fml XD

  2. Blach1234 says:

    hehehe i made it in …
    hehehe i made it in like 1 minuet

  3. simplekidscrafts says:

    Thanks :) hun :) I …
    Thanks :) hun :) I don’t celebrate Halloween though hehehehe!

  4. simplekidscrafts says:

    hehe thanks!
    hehe thanks!

  5. SaraBethChan says:

    super cute . happy …
    super cute . happy halloween!

  6. KkstiSamanthaKyraIvy says:

    very cute
    very cute

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