We've all heard of the "man in the moon," so why not combine that bit of folklore with a traditional craft project?
God's eyes are one of the easiest crafts you can make, and they're versatile because you can create them in any color. A Moon's Eye is a simple variation on the God's Eye, using colors associated with lunar folklore. Traditionally, the moon is connected to silver, which related to wisdom and intuition. The full moon is bright and white, and the dark moon is (naturally) black. Use ribbon or yarn in these three colors to make your Moon's Eye. You may also wish to add some red in there, to symbolize the moon's connection to the cycle of women's bodies.
In addition to your ribbon or yarn, you'll need two sticks of equal length (dowel rods, popsicle sticks, or just branches you've found on the ground). To begin, hold your two sticks together in a cross. If you're doing this with children, it's a good idea to put a small dab of glue on here to prevent slipping. Look at the diagram on the next page for an idea of how this will look.