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Make a Visor    

We went on a short-term mission trip to Belize in 2006 and 2008. One of the things we did while there was to hold a Vacation Bible School in one of the churches. Because we didn't know how many children we would have, we prepared crafts for 150 children. We also had a backup of 100 easy crafts in case we had more than 150. If I get the time in the future, I will put the entire plan on this site. For now we will discuss making a visor.

1. Go to the visor pattern (.pdf file)
visor pattern

2. Print the pattern on card stock and cut it out

3. Lay the pattern on Fun Foam and trace around it. There are probably other materials you could use for these, but foam worked best for us. If you use the large sheets of foam you can arrange the visors so that you get several on one sheet.

4. Punch holes on each end. We reinforced the holes by cutting small squares from the scraps, punching a hole in them and then gluing them on the wrong side of the visor.

5. We tied one end of a piece of narrow elastic in one hole, and left the other side untied so we could fit them to the children's head.

6. You can decorate them by gluing fun foam decorations on the top, color them with markers, or using foam stickers. We opted for the foam stickers as we did not want to buy Tacky Glue for 150 children to use.  If you glue things on the visors you will need tacky glue

7. Adjust the visor to the child's head and tie the elastic in a knot.

 The children were delighted with the visors. (The younger children made crowns)






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