We’re looking forward to the Royal Wedding next week. I’m not sure if we’re going to stay in to watch it on the television but the children are super excited for their Royal Wedding activities at school. I’ve already written a post on Royal Wedding crafts for children. It’s proving very popular and has been my most popular post for the last few weeks. I love that people like our Royal Wedding craft activities for children and we managed to make one more Royal Wedding craft for kids to make – a craft stick union flag which would also be perfect for celebrating St George’s Day!
Royal Wedding craft stick union flag craft
We used – wooden craft sticks, Posca pens and PVA glue.
The first step was to lay out the sticks so we knew how many we needed to create the union flag. Then we each took some of the sticks and started colouring them in. You could also use paint but the Posca pens were super quick to dry.
When we had coloured all the wooden craft sticks we arranged them and flipped them over so we could glue two craft sticks at the back to hold everything in place.
We left this to dry before adding the final craft sticks on the front of the craft stick union flag.
We were really pleased with how our craft stick union jack turned out. How sweet would a whole load of them look, strung up for a Royal Wedding party!?
Other Royal Wedding crafts for kids to make: