Tibetan Wooden Tablet Painting
Traditional Tibetan artists sometimes painted pictures on small wooden tablets of various shapes. Some of the tablets had handles so viewers could hold the paintings without damaging them.
To make a tablet painting, draw a geometric shape (like a trapezoid or hexagon) on a piece of white cardboard or poster board 8½ by 11-inches or smaller. Cut out the shape and draw a colorful picture on it. Can you color a picture on your tablet that illustrates one of God’s promises? Glue a craft stick to the back of your painting so that it extends about 3 inches below the bottom of the tablet.
Watch a video clip about Christians in Tibet here.