7 Awesome Feast Days in June

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Egg Carton Jesus Ascension

Ascension

So, officially, Ascension Thursday was May 29, but up here in Canada we celebrated it on Sunday June 1st, so I’m including it in my list of June Feasts!  My special craft for the Feast of the Ascension really didn’t work too well, but I will probably try bubble painting again when I figure out the right mix. I think the Egg Carton Jesus cheers up the craft…you can still see my Ascension Craft Fail and if you know what I did wrong, please tell me in the comments!

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Pentecost Spin Wheel

Pentecost

This Holy Spirit Spin Wheel comes in 7 different designs that can be colored and assembled at home. The kit also includes definitions for the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. I learned a few things as I made this Spin Wheel…and I’ve shared little tips in the instructions in the kit!

Holy Spirit SpinWheel: PDF Download $5: $3 for a limited time:


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Pope Shelf

St Anthony

St Anthony is one of our favorite Saints! We have offered a special craft in A Treasure Chest of Traditions for Catholic Families…but realized that our own Pope Shelf  has been our own practical solution for years…BUILT right into our house!

What have you asked St Anthony to find for you?

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Shamrock Pretzel Treats

Shamrock Pretzel Treats from Catholic Cuisine

Trinity Sunday

I’ve been looking at crafts to explain or celebrate the Trinity for Trinity Sunday! I think my favorite idea is the M&M pretzel shamrocks over at Catholic Cuisine.  There are also Popsicle Stick triangles explaining the Trinity….and of course shamrocks…

You’ll find a lot of ideas by searching for Trinity Crafts on Pinterest!

Trinity Crafts on Pinterest

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Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi crafts

There are quite a few Corpus Christi or Monstrance crafts showing that the bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Jesus at Mass.

I have another craft in mind and hope to publish it soon!

You’ll find a lot of ideas by searching for Corpus Christi Crafts or Monstrance Crafts on Pinterest!

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Woven Paper Heart pic

Sacred Heart of Jesus and

Immaculate Heart of Mary

These are little woven paper heart pockets for prayer intentions. I will be posting the little tutorial closer to the end of the month, but here’s a sneak peek at the Woven Paper Heart Tutorial Video  I made!

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and…

kids feet

 

Feast of St Peter and St Paul…Feetprinting!

We started this a couple years ago and we try to keep adding to it every year! Lots of FEET! Check out Feast of St Peter and St Paul Feetprinting!

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