If you haven’t purchased your Alleluia Butterfly Coloring Page & Poster yet, I wanted to share some fun ideas from our community.
The Alleluia Butterflies
I got the following note from Kristen Koch, pastor at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in St. Ann, Missouri (yes, we featured them last week here):
I wanted to show you the idea I came up with for the alleluia file from Illustrated Children’s Ministry. I printed the 8.5×11 file, landscape, on cardstock paper. Then I cut it out, colored it and taped a jumbo craft stick to the back. I’ll hand them out (colored and uncolored) at the children’s message. Then I’ll tell the kids that whenever they hear “alleluia” in the service they should wave their signs.
Like we said in last week’s post, Creativity Breeds Creativity, it’s so much fun to see the creative ways people are using our resources. We all become more enriched and creative when you share your ideas – and so we just want to thank everyone who keeps sharing photos and letting us learn from you.
Here are a few other fun uses of our Alleluia Butterfly and Alleluia Easter Lily illustrations.
If you haven’t gotten your Alleluia Butterfly Coloring Page & Poster yet, you can find it here.
We also have two other Alleluia designs you may be interested in for your Lenten/Easter plans: