Juice Pouch Boats

I’m back with another fun kid’s craft today! My husband and I used this one for children’s church a few weeks ago. We always begin children’s church with snack. Usually we serve water, but on this day we surprised them with juice pouches. After each child finished their juice, I took the pouches to the sink and cut them, washed them out, dried them, and had the pouches back in class in time for their craft. These Juice Pouch Boats were fun to make, and the kids were excited to relate them to the Bible story (we coordinated this craft with Matthew 14:22-33 for those interested in doing something similar). Thanks to CraftProjectIdeas.com for supplying today’s craft sticks!

Juice Pouch Boats from It Happens in a Blink


  • Juice Pouch, cleaned and dried
  • Colored Craft Sticks
  • Tape
  • Glue
  • Card stock, cut into a triangle sail shape

Juice Pouch Boats Supplies from It Happens in a Blink

Cut the bottom of the juice pouch in a curved shape.

Juice Pouch Boats from ItHappensinaBlink.com

Glue the triangle sail shape to a craft stick.

Juice Pouch Boats from ItHappensinaBlink.com

Tape the craft stick to the inside of the pouch. Open up the pouch so the bottom is full.

Juice Pouch Boats from ItHappensinaBlink.com

I’ve been asked if these boats float. We actually had mixed reviews. Some of the boats did float while others only sank. Our purpose for the craft was not to have a float-able boat as much as it was to have a reminder to take home to initiate a discussion about the day’s Bible story. When doing this craft in a group, have the kids color the sails and possibly even the pouches.

Juice Pouch Boats from ItHappensinaBlink.com

Do you learn better by watching someone in action? See the video tutorial here:

Want more Bible crafts? Check out some of these!

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Easy Cross Bird Feeder from ItHappensinaBlink.com

uses fun materials from @craftprojectideas


  1. says

    This would be a fun afternoon project. Then the boys could play with them in the back yard and I won’t be upset when they break.


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