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Fri, 18 Dec 2009
And yet another lovely creation I am sure that you will find many ways to make child look beautiful.


http://crafts.kaboose.com/baby-jesus.html
SUNDAY STORIES AND CRAFTS
 HERE YOU ARE, TAKE THIS ALONG TO YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL. IT IS ALWAYS NICE TO HEAR THE STORY OF THE NATIVITY, AND WHAT BETTER THAN WHEN YOU ARE MAKING A BEAUTIFUL CRIB

Baby JesusBaby Jesus
in the Manger

By: Amanda Formaro

Difficulty: Very Easy

Age: 7 and up

Average User Rating:

This baby Jesus craft project is perfect for Sunday school because it doesn't take too much time, but it will occupy your students' attention all session long.

What you'll need:

  • Raffia (a couple of handfuls)
  • 1- 2 3/8" wooden doll body

    Baby Jesus

  • Brown and tan felt
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Polystyrene or paper cup

How to make it:

  1. Cut the tan felt into a piece large enough to wrap around the doll's body and glue it in place, seam in the back. Now
wrap Him in the brown blanket
  2. Place the wrapped doll onto a square of brown felt (approximately 4.5" square) with the doll's head at one of the square's corners . Wrap the doll in the brown "blanket" in the swaddling style. To swaddle, begin by folding the right side of the blanket across the doll to the left side. Do the same on the right, folding the left side of the blanket across the body over to the right. Tuck the bottom of the blanket up and behind the doll and use some glue to tack everything together (see image).
  3. Cut the cup in half. Reserve one half for another project . Glue strips of raffia inside the cup.

    Baby Jesus
in the Manger

  4. Glue the baby Jesus into the raffia.
  5. Don't forget his eyes and mouth, be very careful.

Tips:

  1. Instead of raffia, you can use strips of felt or even construction paper.
  2. If you live in a rural area, straw or hay would make a great replacement!
  3. Children can use a fine tip marker to add eyes and a mouth.

  1. Make this project while
  2. discussing the birth of Jesus.

  3. http://crafts.kaboose.com/baby-jesus.html
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