It’s Easter weekend! And that means Easter Weekend crafts! But also remembering that:
While we were sinners, Christ died for us. -Romans 5:8
May we never forget the true meaning of Easter. <3
So, my son and I did a few fun crafts to commemorate this weekend. Let me inspire you…by what Pinterest inspired us 😀
This was pretty easy. Just click, print, color, cut out and hang up. Follow the link to Pinterest here!
My son and I do most crafts together at our dinner table. It’ s a time for us to talk and just spend quality time together.
Yesterday I put on some of our favourite podcasts. We particularly like :
- Wow in the World by Tinkercast. – Yesterday we learned that there is only one insect that can survive in Antarctica. Antarctic midges!
- Faith in kids is also one of our loved daily podcasts. They have two kinds of podcasts one for children and one for parents about raising children in Faith.
My 7 year old has been into folding paper for the past two months (I’m ashamed at the amount of paper used, but we try to re-use it).
He’s been making airplanes, boats, and now finger puzzles. We made one with hearts for Valentine and I was delighted to find this one on Pinterest for Easter for “Kids Bible Teacher.com”
Follow the link to Pinterest here!
Tin foil Cross
The title says it all. I cut a cross out of cardboard and dropped it with tin foil for my son to emboss afterward. Follow the link here!
I do recommend using the sturdier kind of tin foil as mine kept on ripping.
“Hey , I now how a cross for my room” mister 7 said.
So that’s what we did on Good Friday. Today we will be making “Easter bunny bum” cupcakes ! Ha! And maybe some egg decorating.
What have you been up to this Easter weekend? Any craft ideas you want to share?