We’ve been having so much fun with these Easter activities; I’m a bit sad that our series of crafts ends tomorrow.
After church, we read the story of the Resurrection. The girls were too excited about the craft to sit still for long. (Also, they may have been a bit sugared up.)
It’s hard to find a Resurrection Sunday craft that isn’t a paper plate empty tomb. Since we did that last year, I wanted something different this year. So I decided we should do an edible version.
I cut a doughnut in half. It was the first doughnut I’d bought that didn’t have a hole, so I had to cut one. Then I gave the girls each half, as well as an Oreo.
They placed the doughnuts cut side down on a piece of cardboard. I explained that the doughnut represented the empty tomb and the Oreo was the stone that was rolled away. They put the cookies in front of the doughnut and rolled it away a few times, before giving in to temptation and gobbling everything up.