HERB - Children's Herbal Activities

Warren & Meredith Harmon corwynsca at juno.com
Fri Mar 12 14:42:55 PST 1999

Perhaps a sachet?  Especially if you have some of those muslin bags

Also, there are herb necklaces you can make.  Allspice and star anise,
when drilled, make excellent necklaces...and they respond to body heat,
so you walk around in scent all day.  I have a small hand drill for just
that purpose.

Maybe posies?  There are some places where you can find cheap rings (I
have a catalog or two I can pass on), and fresh or dried herbs (or
both!), with a little chart on which plants mean what?  It's a thought.

Just out of curiousity, let us know what you decide to do!

> I have got to pull together some children's activities for the 
>same event.
>Does anybody have any herbal projects that are easy enough for the 
>five-year old
>set?  We have already done pomanders (the clove/orange kind) and
>applesauce-cinnamon ornaments.  I was thinking about rolling beeswax 

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