The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God remains forever. Isaiah 40:8
- Cardboard tubes (Five or Six)
- Several colors of construction paper
- Chenille stem
- Googly eyes
- Hole punch
- Quick dry craft glue
- Double-sided tape
- Thin strip of corrugated cardboard
Cut various colors of construction paper to fit around your cardboard tubes.
- Use the craft glue or tape to adhere the construction paper around the cardboard tubes.
- On the tube that will be used for the head, punch two holes about 1/2” apart and 1/2” from top.
- Insert a chenille stem through the two holes and curl the ends to create antennas.
- Glue eyes on the head and use a marker to create a mouth.
- Use glue on the bottom edge of each tube to adhere to the corrugated cardboard.
- Add glue to the sides of the tubes as well, as you connect the segments of your “craft-a-pillar.”
- Allow glue to dry and then put your art supplies in your “craft-a-pillar.”
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