Butte County
University of California
Butte County

Rainbow Craft Field Day

Event Overview and Purpose: 

Rainbow Craft Field Day provides youth who participate in a variety of skilled projects to come, exhibit, and speak about the projects which they have made.  This event is not specific to a single project, but invites any member to show off their makings.

If you have any questions or problems please contact the 4-H Office at 538-7201 or the organizing club, Lone Pine 4-H, at lonepine4hclub@gmail.com or call/text (530) 514-5921.

Event Details: 

Register by Date: January 30th, 2020 at 11:59pm

Location: Virtual | Zoom

Registration: Click here

Evaluator Sign Up: Click Here

An orientation for evaluators will be held virtually on February 4th at 6:30pm to go over the evaluation process and answer any questions.

Facebook Event Page: Click Here

Please remember:

This event will evaluate youth's presentation skills.  Each youth participating must create at least a 2 minutes long video about their projects. Presentations will be virtually evaluated with this form: 

Demonstration - Illustrated Talk


Virtual RCFD Presentation Guide

You will want to keep in mind that this presentation will be judged as a Demonstration/Illustrated Talk. This means the best format for you to use is a “step-by-step” style oral format. Learn more information by visiting the most recent Presentation Manual (Updated 2020). If your craft permits, you may also show specific methods you used when making your craft (Show an example of the stitching using left over materials, or show the evaluators how your protective welding equipment is worn)

Although you are giving a speech using an official 4-H Presentation Rubric, you will still want to remember some important craft specific information that is useful to convey. These include, but are not limited to:

  • How long it takes to make your craft
  • Project is age/skill appropriate
  • Relationship of tools to prepared craft
  • Proper safety handling of craft tools
  • Time the craft takes to prepare
  • Cost of making your craft


Ceramics - Stoneware, Pottery, Statuary, Outdoor Decorations.

Woodworking - Wood burning, Carving, Whittling, Furniture.

Leathercraft - Purse, Bag, Hat, Belt, Headband, Wallet, Saddle that has carving, stamping and lacing.      

Floral Design - Wreaths, swags or centerpieces.

Holiday Decorations - Any craft item made for a specific holiday.

Recycled Art - Craft item must contain a majority of recycled items.

Fine Arts - Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Printing, Fiber Arts, or Graphic Design.

Photography - Digital, Polaroid, Portrait, Self Portrait, Pets/Wildlife, Landscape,
                     Panorama, Buildings/Structures, Night time, Reflective,
                     Action/Sports, Still life.

Metalworking - Earrings, Pins and other Jewelry, Outdoor Decorations, Furniture.

Archery - Leather gear construction, design and build an arrow.

Needlework - Anything that can be created using yarn, quilting material, or cross-stitch. 

Lego - Create an item such as a fictional character, a building, vehicle, or a Lego scene

Models - Any type of model is suitable (cars, trucks, trains, ships, and tanks). Kits are acceptable.

Scrapbooks - Stickers, Buttons, Die Cuts, Eyelets & Brads, Sewing, Photos,
                    Craft Punches, Inking, Chipboard, Rub-Ons, Fibers, Embossing.

Other - if your craft does not fit into one of the above categories

Example RCFD Presentation:

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