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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Moses and The Burning Bush

This craft is great for kids any age!
For the younger ones I suggest you cut and fold ahead so they can have fun coloring and gluing!

1. PDF Patterns
2. Red or Orange Cellophane Paper cut into 5" squares
3. Glue
4. Scissors
5. Green tissue paper
6. Masking tape
7. Crayons or markers

Here's what you do:
Step 1: Color the first pattern (Bush) and cut out the center (the flame)
Step 2: Color the second pattern (Moses)
Step 3: Tape the cellophane square to the back or the card (shows through the cut out flame)
Step 4: Fold the dotted lines and glue to secure the tabs to the back of the card of the first pattern (bush)
Step 5: Fold along the dotted lines and glue the second pattern (Moses) to the first pattern (Bush).

That's it!

To get the free PDF pattern simply click here. You will find a two page PDF file with Pattern 1 and Pattern 2.


Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Fruits of the Spirit Circles

This craft is sooo easy to make!

You can print these directly from your printer on 2.5" circles OR you can print them on regular card stock paper. All you have to do is cut out the circles (or have the kids cut the circles themselves) and give them the craft sticks. They can either glue or tape the circles to the craft sticks and you're done!
Use these to reinforce your Sunday school lesson on "The Fruits of the Spirit".

A snack idea is to bring a fruit salad to your class, they'll love to have a yummy snack and play with their new craft!


To find these unique printable 2.5" labels just visit

Manger Scene Goodie Bag

My favorite time of the year is
C H R I S T M A S!

Each year we have a Cookie Party for all of our Sunday School Kids.

This year they decorated their own cookie bag. They had so much fun putting it together and the best part was at the end putting all those delicious cookies in it!

This craft was very easy kids of all ages to make. The kids ages were between 4 and 14.

Here is a list of materials needed to make these cute little bags:

- 1 paper bag with handles
- 1 coloring manger scene
- Raffia
- 1 Yellow Pipe Cleaner
- 4 craft sticks
- glue
- scissors
- crayons
- markers

And here's how to make it:

Hand out the manger scene coloring page along with crayons and markers. Have the kids color it and then cut out. Glue the colored manger scene to the paper bag. Add glue under the manger scene and glue the raffia. Now glue the four craft sticks, two on each side of the manger scene and two at the top (like a little house). With one end of the pipe cleaner form a little star and attach the other end the handle of the paper bag.

Now just fill it with your favorite goodies!

Hope your kids enjoy this craft!