Easy as Abacus: Stations of the Cross

Easy as Abacus Stations of the Cross

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The Easy as Abacus Stations of the Cross kit offers prayers and clipart to customize a Stations of the Cross Abacus made from a Dollarstore square framed canvas. The strung Pony beads are perfect for little fingers to count the 14 Stations of the Cross.
The kit includes several templates of the Stations of the Cross including a coloring page and summary sheet PLUS Divine Mercy clipart, prayers and coloring page!

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Divine Mercy Craft Kit Coloring!

It’s Holy Thursday and a Snow Day up here in Canada, so we have taken the opportunity to color the B&W templates of our new Divine Mercy Craft Kit…just in time for the Novena that starts tomorrow on Good Friday!

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NEW Craft Kit for Divine Mercy!

We’ve got a NEW Craft Kit…just in time for the Divine Mercy Novena starting on Good Friday!

Divine Mercy with the Kelly Saints Craft Kit

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The Divine Mercy Novena begins on Good Friday! Different souls are prayed for each of the nine days of prayer and you will find additional prayers and information here. There are also awesome promises associated with diligently saying this Novena along with going to Confession and receiving Holy Communion and you can read more about these promises here.

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Hands-On Holy Week!

Over the years, we have been creating and collecting cute kid crafts to help delve into the Liturgical Calendar and facilitate a Hands-On Holy Week!

Holy Week is the most important week of the whole year! Here’s a summary post of crafts you can make and reintroduce year after year… for this special week! Click on the links (or the pictures) for more details and picture tutorials!

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Seder Supper 2015

This is our Seder Supper 2015!

Prepare enough place settings for each member of the family…plus the Prophet Elijah.

Light candles and say a prayer thanking God for loving us. Ask for the Holy Spirit to give us special understanding of the Passover Feast and of the Passion of Jesus.

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How to STAGE and STORE your Printable/Painted Saints!

The Little Wooden Painted Saints are so cute and we’re building quite the collection, outgrowing a couple storage boxes I’ve found for them.

In case you have been building your collection, but don’t know quite how to stage and store your Printable/Painted Saints…here are some ideas!

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Divine Mercy Novena

Are you ready to start the Divine Mercy Novena this Good Friday?

For email reminders to say your Divine Mercy prayers throughout the 9-day Novena, click Divine Mercy Novena at Pray More Novenas

Want a packed Cathletics Craft Kit that includes prayer petal flower templates, coloring pages and clipart for BOTH the Rosary AND the Divine Mercy Chaplet?

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Make your Holy Week HOLY!

Holy Week is here!

We’ve collected all our special Holy Week crafts and activities to focus our efforts and make our Holy Week holy!

This year we released a new craft kit: Stations of the Cross with the Kelly Saints. We can suggest many ways of using this kit and you might find just what you’re looking for …for a little extra focus this week!

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Little Printable Peg Dolls: Easter Set

We’ve got a new set of little Wooden Painted Saints! Lacy released her Printable Resurrection Set this week and once again, I converted them to the smaller 1.75″ peg doll size and made 2 sets.

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Making Crosses: Review

Making Crosses: A Creative Connection to God

by Ellen Morris Prewitt

This is a book I’ve had for a couple years…and it’s actually PERFECT timing for a thoughtful, reflective craft for Holy Week!

“Ellen Prewitt takes found and abandoned objects and turns them into crosses. In this loving, step-by-step invitation to join her, she turns her words of explanation into an experience of worship.  The making of crosses with their ‘discarded bits of brokenness’ becomes a physical way to offer our broken selves to the God who loves, redeems, and repairs us.” (Sybil MacBeth quote on back cover)

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