How to Make a Palm Frond Cross ~ We don't do palms on Palm Sunday at our church, but boy does this take me back to my childhood!

great fall decorating ideas #mybrahminfall

Finger Weaving... Easy enough for kids! -- 29 creative crafts for kids that adults will actually enjoy doing too!

Palm Branch into cross - with step by step instructions and pictures. Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

Easter Story Bags- Palm Sunday display

Palm Sunday is tomorrow. Don't forget to get some palm fronds and make a cross.

Weaving a palm cross - wish I had this b/4 Easter

Free instructions on how to weave a crown of thorns from a Palm Sunday branch. This could be an Easter Sunday object lesson for Sunday school or children's story.

tape resist cross=He can make us clean despite the mess we have made:)

Save your palm leaf on Sunday and make a Palm Cross following the directions. Mother always made these for us.

Replace your Spring Wreath with a unique Basket Idea

Palm Cross for Palm Sunday

Palm Trees - These phone case designs would make every day feel a little bit like a holiday! And with free shipping, you have nothing to lose! Shop these shine through designs here: http://bit.ly/1D4FLRm

Easter crafts for Sunday school, cross and hinged Easter egg... Is Easter about eggs? No, it's about Jesus!

10 Things to do with palms for Palm Sunday!

make this!

How to fold a palm cross in 10 easy steps. Perfect for Palm Sunday!

"Palm" branches for Palm Sunday. Make the palm fronds from hand tracings. How great is this?

Take 8.5'' by 11'' piece of paper, & write the verse down the middle. Some people don't believe, that Jesus is the only way to God. They try to take the verse, & turn it upside down. Or, ignore it completely (flip the paper over). Sometimes they flip & fold it, looking for another way to heaven. & sometimes people try to cut Jesus & His words out completely. Full instructions on site.

How to make Palm Sunday crosses. Add this to your Palm Sunday crafts! Little ones love the last move and have something by which to remember the story of Our Lord's Passion and Death. So simple with good pictorial step by step instructions, too.