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Jesus visits jerusalem as a boy.3D picture
 

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    Jesus visits jerusalem as a boy.3D picture Jesus visits jerusalem as a boy.3D picture Document Transcript

    • “Jesus Visits Jerusalem as a Boy” 3-D PicturePicture • Cut out each part, then glue together in layers to form a 3-D picture. Refer to the photo for the order in which to glue the parts. (Optional: You can rearrange the pieces.) Side View paper foam • Between each layer, glue various thicknesses of foam or cardboard to raise each level slightly higher than the previous layer. (Instead of craft foam, you can use a piece of Styrofoam used for packaging to cut into small pieces for forming the different layers.) • Tips: Print pages 2, 3, and 4 on cardstock. Use white glue. Cut lines Before adding glue to the pieces, it helps to position the Mountain pieces on the scenery to see fold how they fit. Valley fold glue S&S link: Christian Life and Faith: Biblical and spot Christian Foundation: Jesus, God’s Son-1c Concepts and illustrations by Didier Martin. Featured on My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2011 by Didier Martin. Used by permission.
    • corners part to glue on the back after attaching a string (see photo instruction)parts for the frame
    • 1 23 45 small pieces of foam glued on the back of parts