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Monday, April 14, 2014

Craft Time {Easter Cross Paper Plate}...

While I love having my girls create Easter crafts that reflect the commercial side, I still like to incorporate crafts that reflect the true meaning of Easter.  This craft was easy and involved painting, which my girls loved, and it helped cure that crafting "itch" they've been having since I haven't felt real motivated to do the whole craft gig lately.  Luckily, their Aunt Lauren gave them a gift from Kiwi Crate for Christmas so a craft shows up in our mailbox every month and all the supplies are included!  So, even if I don't plan one, the girls get to make at least one craft every month!
 The first step is to paint a paper plate.  You can paint it using whatever design you choose!

 This was the first craft that I let Jo participate in.  Usually craft time is during nap time!  She started out painting bright beautiful colors...
 and then it turned to brown!:)
 Of course you always have to feel the paint with your fingers...
 and then wipe it on your shirt!
Once the paint is dry, cut the crosses from black construction paper and glue or staple them to the plate.

Jo's is on the bottom, B's in the middle, and Mel's on the top.


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  1. Oh they are beautifully done, I LOVE those faces of happiness and joy. B

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