Cross Crafts For Kids (Ideas For All Age Groups!)

The cross is the main symbol of the Christian religion. It symbolizes how Jesus died and rose for us and saved us from all of our sins! The cross is a great symbol and lends itself to tons of great crafts for kids for Sunday school, at home, during Easter, or anytime! So let’s check out these fun cross crafts for kids.

I have a mixture of cross crafts here and I’m going to break them down by age ability, although many of these could be enjoyed by any age group!

Cross Crafts For Preschoolers

Resist cross craft– literally any age group can make these, and as long as you choose paint colors that can go together, it will be a success! 
 

Salt cross painting for kids– this is a magical process that can be enjoyed by any age group. This is more fun than you think. If you try this, you definitely have to do your own in addition to the kids painting. 

Super easy doodle cross craft for kids– You would be hard pressed to find an easier cross craft for kids! The borders added at the end brings these together in a super cute way. 

Fun printable “Happy Crosses” for kids– these just get colored, cut, and rolled in a tube to stand up. So fun and really cute for kids!

Cross Crafts For Older Kids

Beaded cross craft– younger kids can do these with some help. These are so cute and perfect for vacation bible school, sunday school, or beading at the end of rosaries. A classic Christian craft!

Oil pastel resist cross project -is super cute and it’s very easy to be successful at this! It can be enjoyed by almost all ages, into adulthood. 

Egg carton flower craft– Lydia made this dogwood flower cross years ago and it is STILL on my wall! Super cute final result!

 
Tie dyed paper towel crosses– one of my favorite crafts of all time! Memorizing to make, fun to unfold, and beautiful when hung in the window! This will keep kids busy for hours. 
 
 
Wooden Cross Craft– Better for older kids and teens, there are a LOT of different ways to dress up a wooden crafting cross. 
 
What should you do with all of your crosses that you craft? Start a cross wall! 🙂

Comments

  1. These are sooo cute. You always find the neatest stuff Lacy. I especially like the stained glass cross. So creative!

  2. Amazing_Grace says

    Great cross crafts!! 🙂

    Try this if your daughter is having problems with the cross necklace.

    http://www.christiancrafters.com/colorsofchrist.html

    Colors of Christ Cross- Neat tip down at the bottom. 🙂

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  4. happymomonline says

    We made one of these crafts today. Take a peek at the finished crosses – http://happymomonlinecom.blogspot.com/
    Thanks for all your work. The coloring sheets for Our Lady of Sorrow's tomorrow are printed out and ready to go!
    God Bless!
    Heather 🙂

  5. Jen @ Enter Under My Roof says

    Beautiful ideas! We were inspired to try a craft with a group of moms and toddlers…we taped off the cross image and let the kids go to town painting the canvas. We love not only the way they turned out (see yourself in the link) but in the sense of community and fellowship we created in doing this project all together. http://enterundermyroof.blogspot.com/2013/09/activity-feast-of-exaltation-of-holy.html

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