Kid's Sunday School Mother's Day Crafts: beautiful paper pins fit for the Queen of Sheba or Queen Esther

Sunday School Bilbe resources

Make something outstanding for Mother's Day- a paper jeweled pin
or lifelike simple paper rose corsage

Paper pin

Honor mom with jewels fit for a Bible Queen.

Make a dazzling Mother's Day gift. How beautiful!

Many age kids can make these seemingly silver and jeweled pins for mom.

So easy! Good looking. Useful!

Super easy cutting, tracing and gluing.

Jewels not your thing? Try our alternate lovely rose corsage pin.


Grades: Preschool 4 through 4th grade

Who was the Queen of Sheba? She was a beautiful Bible Queen who visited King Solomon. It is believed she was from Ethiopia. King Solomon invited the Queen of Sheba to a banquet, serving spicy food to induce her thirst, and inviting her to stay in his palace.

Who was Queen Esther? She was an orphan raised by her caring uncle. She was beautiful. She was destined to become a Queen for King Xerxes in the Bible. She helps the jewish people.

We would hope every child would consider their mother as special as any of the Queens in the Bible.

But the rose has been a symbol for love for many ears since the Bible. Solomon in all his glory was not clothed as beautifully as the flowers.If razzle dazzle jewels are not for you then give a rose pin.

 

Exodus 20: 12 Honor your father and your mother..

Copy of the jeweled pin for each child (6 per page)
Glue stick
Scissors
Light cardboard or light poster board, index cards or card stock or similar backing.
Either 1 inch jewelry pin backs, or 1 1/2 inch or 2 inch safety pins (1 per pin)
Sturdy transparent tape
Pencil.

Teacher: Get pin backs or safety pins.

Precut whatever card stock backing you got into about 2.5 inch squares.

Print enough copies. Precut the pins apart on the dashed lines.

Plan to help with the tape over the pin back.

Be sure to tell the children not to open the pin after it is made. "Give it to the adult it is intended for and let them open it. "

If you are using jewelry pin backs (above), teachers may try to hot glue the bar with the holes to the cardboard backing. Test the glue with your cardboard.

 

Get your stuff ready. Each child should have the printed pin, a card stock square, pencil, access to scissors, glues stick and pin back.

How to make this gift for mom:

1. Cut out the shape on the thick outside line.

2. Trace the shape on your card stock.

3. Cut out your card stock.

4. Print your name on the back of the card stock

5.With the glue stick, glue the back of the printed paper to the card stock. Make sure you have glue all around the edges. Press.Trim if needed. (white glue may dry lumpy and take extra time)-SEE SIMPLE GLUE OPTION AT THE END FOR THIS STEP

6. Lay the pin face down. (printed side to the table).

7. Open the pin or pinback---be careful. (teachers do for P4 and K)

8. With a 1/2 inch of tape, tape across the pin back.

9. With a 1 inch of tape, tape a second layer across the pin back.

10. With a 1and 1/2 inch of tape, tape a third layer across the pin back. This means you used 3 layers of tape of varying sizes.

11. Close the pin. (Teachers close the pin for P4 and K.)

 

SIMPLE GLUE OPTION: If your group would find it a challenge to align the cardboard cutout copy to the printed heart, just glue the cutout printed pin to the cardboard square and then cut it out.


There are 6 on a page. Use a color printer.

Each pin is slightly wider than 2 inches.

These are Microsoft Word documents.

 Ruby Heart Silver Sea Shell
Diamond Circle Silver Heart
 
Red Rose  

 

 

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Easter Sunday School Resources FOR KIDS
from the Sunday School Director of Christian Education of Faith Congregational Church, Mount Prospect, Illinois

Easy Mothers Day Craft for kids- charming fake jewelry fit for a Bible Queen.

©Jo Dibbern


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