Folding Paper Jewelry & Crosses

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Folding Crosses and Jewelry

folding crossThese simple designs should be easy for children to learn basic folding skills in creating cross shaped ornaments or jewelry items.  Folding crosses and other images in paper crosses web site are a good additions to any Sunday school class.  

Print, color and cut out these easy folding pattern. Decorate with crayon, markers, glitter, sequins, etc, and use as jewelry or ornaments. Perfect craft activities for Sunday school and home or group art activities.

Print and color these images with Crayola Crayons or Magic markers. Laminate your favorite paper decorations to make permanent or long-lasting ornaments that can be used as unique gifts for relatives and friends.

This can be a good family reunion project especially for grand parents to accompany discussions about family history to make a family tree.

Hang the decoration on a Christmas tree, in the window or string together as a garland. Affix the ornament to a large safety pin so the child can wear the decoration as jewelry.