Carly & Logan from Durban Christian Centre school making figurines using mouldable icing. The girls were inspired by the Disney movie Frozen, and decided to create their own mini snowman, just like Olaf from the movie itself.

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Learners from Durban Christian Centre School created these beautiful loom band bracelets during Arts & Crafts classes at camp.

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Luana Loureiro of Maputo International College created this beautiful "Heart on Fire" sun catcher. She loves Arts & Crafts classes at Sugar Bay & hasn't missed a single one since she got here. Visit the link below & learn how to create your own beautiful sun catchers in 3 simple steps.

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Luana Loureiro of Maputo International College created this beautiful "Heart on Fire" sun catcher. She loves Arts & Crafts classes at Sugar Bay & hasn't missed a single one since she got here. Visit the link below & learn how to create your own beautiful sun catchers in 3 simple steps.

Schweta from Reddam House Umhlanga created the best frienship bracelet during Arts & Crafts classes at Sugar Bay during an evening program.

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Thandolwethu from Sifundzani Primary, Swaziland enjoyed making friendship bracelets during Arts & Crafts classes at Sugar Bay. She used three different colours of string and used a braiding technique to create her friendship bracelet which she was excited to give to her best friend at camp.

DIY Sun Catchers Camp Style

Thandolwethu from Sifundzani Primary, Swaziland enjoyed making friendship bracelets during Arts & Crafts classes at Sugar Bay. She used three different colours of string and used a braiding technique to create her friendship bracelet which she was excited to give to her best friend at camp.

Saloshnee, Didi & Wenzi of St. Catherine's teamed up to create these lovely mini surfboards during beach art creations. They found shells of decomposed fish lying on the shore, which they collected and decorated with beautiful patterns using paint.

Creativity is a form of self expression. Watch campers express themselves through some of the more creative activities offered at Sugar Bay such as arts & cr.

Nolwazi M. and Nolwazi N from Reddam House Umhlanga, enjoyed making dream catchers with their counselor, Memphis. They used various colours of wool and wrapped them around a circle wire before threading the wool to form patterns inside the circle. They then attached feathers and pretty beads to complete the creation.

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Beautiful bird sculptures created by campers during Upside Down week at Sugar Bay. They used mouldable icing to create the figurines and skewer sticks to create the nest effect.

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Arts & Crafts PC, Styles, with a learner from Laerskool Constantia Park. These two decided to do some colour therapy by printing out intricate pictures and colouring them in specifically, to highlight all the details. It was lots of fun and very relaxing to the mind.

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