Looking for a FREE indoor/outdoor summer kid-friendly craft and game that explores their art and sporting skills?
We’ve created a whole world of alebrijes for your little ones to play mini putt-putt yard golf. Kids can take a day to make the creatures that form the hoops and the summer to play the game! Each hoop can be changed every time you play. Just like a true alebrijes, the parts are interchangeable! Want a jaguar with mouse ears and bird tail? Go for it! A dog with a snake tail and fox ears? It’s up to the kids to decide! We supplied all the patterns you need to make these mix and match forever and this FREE pdf and instructions require only basic supplies found in most homes.
Alebrijes (Spanish pronunciation: [aleˈβɾixes]) are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastic, mythological creatures. The first alebrijes, along with the invention of the term, originated in Mexico City in the 1930s by artisan Pedro Linares. Alebrijes are often made of paper craft, wood or clay. Your Alebrijes can be as fantastical as you want— there are no rules!