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Door Hanger – a quick & easy craft

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IMG_0148I seem to have been incredibly busy over the last few weeks, so haven’t had time to look out any of our really great ideas to share with you. However, this door hanger is something that is not only quick and easy to do, but very adaptable.  You will see that we used the verse from Matthew 19:26 “With God all things are possible”, but a door hanger is really quite a neutral item, so you could use it with any Bible verse – or just get everyone to put on their own names.

Equipment needed: Card (or you may want to use craft foam sheets); foam and/or paper stickers; a printed Bible verse.

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Each A4 sheet of card will make three hangers. With the card in a landscape layout, cut  it into three pieces. You will need to cut a hole in the top third of each piece so that it can go over the door knob. Now I am fortunate to have various bits and pieces of craft equipment, as I used to make a lot of greetings cards, so had this large oval hole punch to use, but if you do not have access to a punch, just cut a circle out – you could use either a compass or a small glass to mark the circle shape. Do note that if you are using craft foam instead of card, it won’t usually fit into the cutting slot of a hole punch.

Use stickers to decorate – this is a time to encourage individuality so that everyone has a very personalised item! Stick on the Bible verse, or write it directly onto the card. And there you have it – one Bible Memory Verse door hanger.

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