The Crafter in every Catholic…

…comes out on Palm Sunday. 🙂

Palm Cross in a Wreath

Are you looking for directions on how to make a palm cross? This is the method I’ve always used to make my palm crosses. This kind of palm cross can be made without any cutting, splitting, or gluing, so it’s my favorite. Be sure and do it before your palms dry out (so today would be ideal).

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If you did something cool with your palms, or have any other plans for celebrating Holy Week, remember to keep linking your ideas at the Holy Week Link up! Also, keep checking to see what others have been doing. So many great ideas, so little time, right? 😉


  1. Oooh, love the cross, I'll have to figure out how to do that!

  2. Anonymous says

    Directions can be found on this site for the cross – I made some yesterday and they were easy to follow

    Palm Sunday
    Customs of the Latin Catholic liturgical year: Palm Sunday, including information on how to make palm Crosses

  3. es un trabajo muy bonito muy fácil de realizar para los niños pequeños