St Nicholas Craft Projects
The patterns and instructions for these projects are in easy-to-print PDF files. (Just click to find them.) For best results print the paper project patterns on cover stock or other heavier weight paper.
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Use stickers, rubber stamps, and die-cut scrap pictures to make attractive St. Nicholas cardsA nice variety of pictures to color, 28 designs, plus 16 telling St. Nicholas’ life storyStep-by-step guidelines5 ideas: a special ornament, cute Nicholas hand puppet, small stocking for St. Nicholas Day, a slipper and easy-to-make stockings24 St. Nicholas figures to make from paper, small clay pots, cardboard tubes, apples, wooden pegs or clothespins—even a pumpkin! Turn a Lego or Playmobil Santa into St. NicholasMiters to wear, miter treat cups and napkin miters for table decorations and other uses.nice variety of 20 projects: sticker ornaments, origami ornament, a special little felt ornament, icon painting, and old favorites, too.
14 ideas for making St. Nicholas coins, a paper bag puppet, cupcake toppers, shoes, make-your-own buttons, votive holders, prayer card banners, and instructions for using rubber stamps to decorate cookies or graham crackersStickers, Candy Cane Cards, St. Nicholas Coins, St. Nicholas Memory Game, Bingo, magnets, Holy Cards (both colored and outline), four simple strip puzzles (one Byzantine), digital scrapbooking files, gift cards and tags, a hidden picture puzzle, really cute candy bar wrappers, and a count down calendarAdd a miter and crozier to help children remember St. Nicholas, the real Santa Claus—updated with new patterns for newer chocolate Santas!Use picture lace for an easy-to-make pillowPaper piecing pattern for a lovely quilted wall hanging from Wendy Vorsters, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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Making things together is a wonderful opportunity to talk about St. Nicholas—
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