Hello! My name is Shannon Taylor. I'm a long-time writer and editor from Minnesota surprised to find myself on an island in the Pacific Northwest with my husband, three younger children (the oldest is attending college in Chicago), and two dogs.

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Make: Chinese Year of the Horse Printable Chopstick Covers

Chinese New Year Horse Chopsticks

Last week we shared a Chinese Year of the Horse necklace DIY and today we have an easy project that would be fun for all ages. To make your Year of the Horse chopstick covers, all you have to do is print out the Year of the Horse Chopstick Holders pdf, color the horses, cut them out, and use a small bit of tape to secure them to a pair of chopsticks (I bought ours at Target). Easy!

We’re planning to make the chopstick covers with Lily’s classmates at their Chinese New Year party next week, plus we’ll make some extras to put at each place setting for our family’s Chinese New Year kick-off dinner on Friday, January 31.

P.S. You can have the chopsticks poking through the top of the horse’s head or off to the side. Whatever you prefer!

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