|This is an incredibly quick craft to prepare – getting Esther ready to meet the king. I’ve not even included a tutorial as it is self-explanatory.|
Simply print on sturdy paper or print on acetate and the you don’t have the fiddly cutting!
Here are the links for the PDF’s
For the template in Colour : 1 page
For the template without colour Black and white : 1 page
NB: Print one per page, as the shoes are lost if printing any smaller.
|PDF Download now available in other languages|
|German / no colour
– thank you Anke
|Serbian / no colour
– thank you Zeljko
I made donation but could not download and print Esther 4 – disappointed.
replied to this in an e-mail and refunded the money. Sorry for the confusion. Also cleaned up the post a bit so it’s easier to hit the download link 🙂
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Hi There! We did this for Purim 2013 and my two oldest children, aged 5 and 3, so enjoyed ‘making’ Esther. We used a small piece of tin foil for the mirror and added glitter to her crown. They proudly displayed it and now it has a special place in their Bible files. Thanks for the lovely printable!
Thank you so much for leaving a comment, I’m really glad they enjoyed it, and I love the idea of incorporating foil and glitter!