Chrismon-Kids Ornaments

 

 
 
    

Chrismon-Kids 32 Basic Silhouette Christian Patterns with Scripture references.
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The word "Chrismon," is a medieval Latin word meaning a symbol of Christ or Christianity, or a "Christ-Monogram." Crowns, crosses, doves, stars, and butterflies are a few examples of a Chrismon. Many churches and families use Chrismon ornaments to decorate their Christmas trees. Children can participate in this tradition by using our Chrismon-Kids patterns.

   

Chrismon-Kids are versatile and may be used to make
Chrismon or Jesse Tree ornaments for your Christmas tree, Easy-To-Make-Scherenschnitte art, Stained Glass Son-Catchers, or can be enlarged to make symbols for Christian banners

For ages 3-103.

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What do these symbols mean?

   

Get the following free ideas:

Chrismon-Kids Bells

Easy-To-Make Scherenschnitte

Stained Glass Son-Catchers

Advent Tree

 

 

  Make a table-top Chrismon tree!

 
 

Janelle from Sumter, South Carolina wrote in to say, "Last year, we had an Advent evening at church and the kids used sticky-backed craft foam to cut out chrismon ornaments. After cutting out the foam shapes, the kids used gold glitter to add detail and dimension to them, then attached the chrismon shapes to small red fabric banners that we hung from torches attached to the church pews for Christmas.  They looked beautiful and I am planning to make white banners for the Easter season using gold chrismon or Easter symbols to stick on white banners."

 

The Chrismon Tree 
@ First Presbyterian Church, N.P.B., FL 

 

 




Chrismon Snowflake Ornaments
are traditional paper cut snowflakes in Chrismon designs. 

 

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