We celebrate both the sacred and secular aspects of Easter. We have made Bubble Wrap Easter Eggs, Easter Bunny Pudding Snacks, and an Easy Paper Easter Wreath. Today we are making an Easter Cross Craft to celebrate the resurrection.
This is a great craft to do at home with your kids, during Sunday School, or at an Easter celebration. It takes just a little bit of prep, but makes a really pretty art project.
This post contains affiliate links. See my Disclosure Policy for details.
- White card stock
- Painters tape
We choose to do a rainbow for our Easter Cross Craft, but encourage kids to get creative and express their own style.
Age: This is a great art project for all ages. You could also use finger paints.
1. Using painters tape make a cross on a piece of white card stock.
2. Using watercolors paint at least the area around the cross. Try not the get the paper too wet, it will make removing the tape harder.
3. You want to pull the tape off when it is barely dry. Watercolors dry pretty quickly, so you should be able to remove shortly after the project is finished. If it starts to pull the paper, try pulling from a different angel.
Our preschooler loved making this Easter cross craft. It was a great way to talk about the resurrection, rainbows, and colors.
Pin for later.
You also might like: