Fun Spring Sunday School Crafts


Sunday School Crafts

As temperature rises, one of my most favorite seasons is Spring. In this post today, we are sharing Spring Sunday School Crafts. Sometimes, Sunday is the most boring day, and we don’t know what to do while we are at home with kids.

Don’t worry, and we are here to ginger up every Sunday. Make your Sundays super cool with your kids while doing these awesome projects.

Tissue Paper Stained Glass Art for Spring

Have you ever wondered how you and your kids make tissue paper stained glass?

Here is a look at two different ways that you may try this art technique. They are a perfect addition to your spring art collection for preschool children!

It was inspired by my first preschool class, which was in the basement of a church. The classroom windows showed only a touch of sky and had grids covering a portion of them.

What you need

  • Tissue paper in various spring colors
  • Wax paper
  • Liquid starch
  • Paintbrushes
  • Contact paper

Instructions (step by step)

First, cut a few squares of tissue paper.

You can, of course, cut a few flowers by hand as well.

Next, place the various tissue paper shapes in separate baskets or out on a tray. Thus, children can choose the shapes to use for their projects of stained glass in tissue paper.

Begin by taping a large piece of wax paper onto a table. Then arrange bowls of liquid starch, as well as brushes.

Model the use of materials by painting a small amount of liquid starch on waxed paper. Then add a shape of tissue paper and add a little more liquid starch to the top.

I suggest you use the painter’s tape to secure the art’s corners if you’re setting it in windows.

Spring Fingerprint Lady Bug

Here we come up with an adorable ladybug craft that your little ones can make easily. It’s for all ages of kids, but especially for toddlers.

The most fun part of the project is to make a ladybug by dab finger onto the cardstock. Your kids are going to love this awesome art. Before discussing further, let the fun begins.

You just need a few common items to start this project.

What you need

  • white cupcake liner
  • light blue cardstock paper
  • brown cardstock paper
  • red acrylic paint
  • black marker
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • glue

Instructions (step by step)

Begin by using your pen and drawing lines in both directions on your cupcake lining to make a checkered pattern.

Cut out a 2-inch circle on our brown cardboard and a slim rectangle. Fold the circle in half and cut out the inside of the circle for a net.

Our red paint on a small plate of paper and make fingerprints everywhere on your paper and some inside the net. Please leave it to dry.

Glue the cupcake liner onto your light blue cardstock paper. Stick the brown circle on the edge of the cupcake liner and the brown rectangle to the bottom. Now there’s your net.

Finish your art with your black marker to draw ahead and spots on your ladybugs.

Congratulations You Did It!

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