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You’re Sweet as Pie Craft Template Page

What’s sweeter than pie? Make a cute fall or Thanksgiving pumpkin pie project for families or grandparents with this printable: You’re sweet as Pie! Craft Template Page. It can also be used for Valentine’s Day.

To celebrate the Thanksgiving season, we start to think about all the delicious flavors we’ll soon enjoy, including types of pies. Pies and Thanksgiving foods offer a creative theme to get crafty with your little ones. Whether you’re a preschool teacher looking for a fun project or a parent wanting to spend quality time with your kids, the “You’re sweet as pie!” template will make crafting a breeze!

This sweet-as-pie template is not only adorable but also versatile, making it a fantastic choice for fall-Thanksgiving projects or heartwarming gifts for grandparents. Let’s explore the various ways you can use this template to spark creativity and smiles in young learners.

🥧You’re Sweet as Pie Template Page

Be creative! It’s not just a coloring page. Here are some alternative ways to use the pie template:

Coloring the Page: Let your kids color the pie template. What kind of pie will they make?

Add a Handprint: Capture a memorable moment by adding their handprint to the pie template. It’s a lovely keepsake and a symbol of their growing hands.

Add a Photo: Print a small photo for the child to add to their artwork to make a quick keepsake!

Collage with Tissue Paper Squares: Get creative with tissue paper squares, either in orange or yellow to make a vibrant and textured art.

Fingerpaint the Page: Go for simple process art and let your little ones fingerpaint the pie template. If you’re making pumpkin pie, consider adding pumpkin pie spice to make it scented! It’s a sensory delight that’s both fun and sensory-based.

Paint with Watercolors: Explore the world of watercolors and watch as the pie template comes to life. I especially like liquid watercolors.

Make a Card: Turn it into a card by printing 2 on a page. Fold a piece of construction paper in half and glue the “sweet as pie” page to the front. You can also make a full-page card, by gluing it to a piece of colored cardstock or construction paper.

Help your kids write heartfelt messages inside and decorate the exterior with stickers, glitter, or drawings. These handmade cards make thoughtful gifts for grandparents or friends, adding a personal touch to any occasion.

Pie Books

I’ve chosen three fun pie books for your preschoolers to enjoy along with the pie craft. Check out I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie, How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World and Porcupine’s Pie.

More Pie Activities


Print and use the “You’re Sweet As Pie!” template