October 25, 2004

Bogroll Jesus

DLTK features lots of interesting Christian craft ideas, but the one that caught Red Wolf's attention was the Jesus Toilet Paper Roll Craft:

It may seem a tad odd making Jesus out of a toilet paper roll, but I think the end result is quite nice (Tasha has hers sitting in a place of honor on her bedroom shelf). The craft is made with a toilet paper tube, a printer, a piece of paper, some crayons, scissors, and glue. I always prefer to use a heavy paper (like construction paper), but it isn't necessary.

Colour and mono printable templates are available for download. When you've done that, try the Virgin and Child Toilet Paper Roll Craft. Jewish children might appreciate the Moses Toilet Paper Roll Craft, complete with Ten Commandments. Alas, I could not find a Jael Toilet Paper Roll Craft.

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Maybe it's just me, but there's something faintly sacrilegious about making Jesus out of toilet rolls. Perhaps that's why it's so amusing. I quite like the idea of small children unwittingly condemning themselves to some obscure lower circle of hell with nothing more than safety scissors and paste.

faintly ?? :)

I guess at least its not printing a smiling jesus face on each square... although there's probably a market there for "you provide a picture, and we'll print you the toilet paper" :)

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