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We have another Cute Fork painting idea for Christmas, Fork-Painted Baby Jesus Craft!
Thanks to our Free template, creating this delightful Religious craft for kids is a breeze and makes for a meaningful Christmas activity.
Now, let’s dive into the step-by-step guide on Baby Jesus on the Manger Craft.
Things you’ll need for Baby Jesus Craft
- Free Printable Jesus on Manger Template
- Yellow Washable paint
- A Fork
Watch a Video on how to Make the Baby Jesus Craft
Directions to make the Fork-Painted Baby Jesus Craft
Download the provided printable at the end of this post and print it on thick paper with a weight of 120 GSM and above.
Thick paper prevents the paint from soaking through and tearing the paper when applied.
The page has Baby Jesus and a manger with the baby’s outline. Carefully cut them out.
Take a container with a flat surface, such as a plastic plate, and Add some paint on it. Opt for a plastic, wooden fork, or even steel spoons from the kitchen for the painting process.
Dip the chosen utensil into yellow paint and skillfully paint around the outline of Baby Jesus, resembling the hay of the manger.
Repeat the dipping and painting process until the hay surrounds the entire baby outline.
Once the painting is complete, apply some glue and affix Baby Jesus onto the fork-painted manger created earlier.
Allow the craft to dry for approximately 10 minutes. Voila! Your Baby Jesus craft is now ready.
This engaging craft takes only 5 to 10 minutes, excluding drying time, making it an ideal Christmas activity for preschoolers. Let the festive creativity flow!
More Religious Christmas Activities for Kids
- Make a Paper Nativity Scene
- Nativity Advent Calendar
- Nativity Colouring Page
- Nativity Printable Finger Puppets
Download the Baby Jesus on Manger Craft Template
Click on the link below to download the free template.