Pop-Up card, city scene

Two days ago I was asked to do the craft for this weeks lesson and Paul’s letters to the Corinthians. I usually run with the first idea I get, which was for the children to send a letter to someone in their lives! 

So, while this isn’t a “Bible” craft, we can still use it as a tool to explain how many books of the Bible are simply letters, and the names of the books are simply the names of the people that received them.  

 

Materials & Equipment

  • Printer 
  • Paper (use thicker stock if possible 200GSM/110lb)
  • Colouring Tools
  • Scoring tool
  • Scissors
  • Double-sided tape (preferrable), or glue.
  • Regular tape.

Download LETTER SIZE Here

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Instructions

  • Print the outside and inside of the envelope double-sided.
  • Score along dashed lines. This is a necessary step that will make crisp and easy folds. 
  • Colour and cut out. 
  • Choose 1 of the banners to attach to the back of the plane. 
  • Start with panel A and attached the BASE FIRST. THEN, lay panel A flat on the base, apply your adhesive to the top tab, fold the two tabs on the top so they are flat and fold the card over to pick it up. This will mean the tab is picked up in its natural folded position. Please see above, because I know that was really confusing! 
  • Do this for all 4 panels (including the van). 
  • Write a note or share a Bible promise.
  • Fold along light gray dashed lines, and tape flaps on back to make the envelope. (see placement below)
  • Now you’re ready to attach a stamp and send it to someone special! 


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