Crop Art

Tori and Abby used dry goods from the pantry and seeds from fruit which they had let dry.

A wonderful simple activity for use during Creation Time, Farming Sunday or even World Communion Sunday!

Also called “seed art”, crop art is a folk art made popular in places like Minnesota. Using seeds, nuts, or dried beans, artists create pictures. They can be simple or very complex!


  1. Collect some dried seeds like sunflower seeds, popcorn kernels, dried legumes like beans or grains like barley.
  2. Create your design. You can draw out a design on a piece of paper or cardboard.
  3. Use glue to attach your seeds. White glue and a paintbrush work perfectly to attach your seeds. Give it plenty of time to dry before hanging up your finished piece!
Jesus, Glue & Glitter