Snack: Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors

11 Oct

coat supplies J

Supplies: graham crackers, frosting, fruit strips, plastic knife, paper plate

coats all 4

Place the graham cracker on the paper plate. Cut two smaller rectangles from another graham cracker for sleeves. Put these on either side of the larger rectangle making a coat shape. Frost the coat. Use the fruit strips to make an ornamental coat like Jacob gave Joseph.

This snack is from Faith Studios.

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3 Responses to “Snack: Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors”

  1. Sherry Burleigh November 3, 2016 at 9:17 am #

    Adorable. My next lesson craft. Thanks

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