This resurrection paper plate craft is the perfect religious Easter craft for your Sunday School or Easter party. Grab the template and let your kids start creating!
Resurrection Paper Plate Craft
Kids love creating fun crafts to take home. And this Sunday school craft is one they will love playing with and showing off!
Three paper plates are combined to show how Jesus died, was buried, and rose again. Its a simple and fun Easter craft for kids.
This religious craft for kids is perfect for a large group or for an afternoon of crafting at the kitchen table.
Grab the free template to make it super easy to create with multiple kids.
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If you can’t make this resurrection craft now, pin it to your kids’ crafts ideas board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready.
Tips for making this Easter Sunday School craft
- Let the kids paint the paper plates first thing. Then tell the Easter story while the paint dries!
- For a quicker craft, cut the templates out ahead of class.
- You can also speed things up by pre-punching the brad hole. But make sure to help the kids line up their crafts so that they face the right way.
- Add stickers and embellishments to the finished craft!
How to make this Easter craft for kids
Below is our step by step tutorial for creating this Easter craft. Feel free to print it for easy reference.
- 3 paper plates per child
- Quick-dry tacky glue or school glue
- Blue tempera paint
- Black tempera paint
- Resurrection Template Files (1 cross and 2 tombs for each child)
- Metal brads
- Additional stickers (optional)
- Paint one paper plate blue and one paper plate black. Leave the third plate white.
- Glue the cross to the white plate
- On the black plate, glue one tomb with the stone in front of the entrance.
- On the blue plate, glue one tomb with the stone rolled away.
- Once the glue has dried, stack the plates and then punch a hole in the bottom left corner and add a metal brad.
- Add additional embellishments or stickers!
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More Religious Easter projects you will love!
- Sunset on Mt Calvary – Use paper strips to create this Easter craft.
- Sunrise Cross – The sun rising behind an empty cross is a powerful message.
When to make this resurrection craft
Sometimes you see a craft and think, oh that’s cute! But then you don’t know when you will make it. Here are some ideas for this fun art project!
- Create with your Sunday School
- Decorate your classroom or playroom.
- Gift to people in nursing homes or shut-ins.
- Send them to Grandparents or other loved ones.
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