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Wanting a King (1 Samuel 8) | Craft

King Saul's crown craft

There is something that draws you into pictures that pop, and this picture with its 3D crown really does just that. Saul’s head and a crown, both plain enough to let your budding artists go to town.

King Saul's crown craft setup

To make this craft, you will need the 1-page template printout, a glue stick and scissors. I’ve also listed coloured pens, though any decorative materials would work, from crayons, to stamps, to sequins.

King Saul's crown craft cut

Decorate first, those letters are deliberately empty on the template and the crown could use some jazzing up! Then cut out the crown and the head by following the dotted line.

King Saul's crown craft fold

Concertina fold the crown along the dotted lines.
TIP: If you are in a rush, fold every other line!

King Saul's crown craft assemble

Glue the crown into place, angling the ends slightly so it curves.
Talk about how he might feel being the first King of Israel?

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A4 size
(210 x 297 mm)

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US letter size
(8.5″ x 11″)

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