I just received my first Patron Saint Journal Stamp and I love the way it turned out! I’ve been trying to find ways to keep myself a little more accountable, more consistent in my daily prayer and exercise habits and more focused on turning to Mother Mary…when I start getting stressed out or when I start to stray.
Mysteries of the Rosary Craft Kit
PDF Download: $13
The Mysteries of the Rosary with Kelly Saints Craft Kit includes 34 pages of templates including:
- full color Revolving Rosary for each of the 4 Mysteries of the Rosary
- extra Prayer Wheel to keep track of prayers as they are said, with full text of the prayers for easy reference
- B&W Revolving Rosary for each of the 4 Mysteries of the Rosary (to color)
- full color Mysteries of the Rosary Booklets (one for each of the 4 Mysteries)
- B&W Mysteries of the Rosary Booklets (one for each of the 4 Mysteries) …to color
- full color Living Rosary Cake Topper templates
The Revolving Rosary offers a unique spinning craft to keep track of the particular Mystery of the Rosary, as well as the 10 Hail Mary prayers. The top circle frames the title and virtue of each Mystery and includes the words of the Hail Mary for quick and easy reference. Brad fasteners add a little bling…and attract the attention of the younger kids. Step by step instructions for assembly are included.
Love Like A Saint (Love Quote Cards)
PDF Download: $5
This Craft Kit includes 48 different cards with Kelly Saints images and the accompanying Love Quotes from each Saint. These are SO cute and appealing to kids (and adults too!). Why not encourage our kids to look to SAINTS as their heroes and role models!? Great for Saint Valentine’s Day cards, lunch box notes, snail mail gifts, chore chart badges…and thoughtful reminders all year long!
When I first saw the logo for the Holy Year of Mercy, I have to admit it kind of bugged me. Having stared at it on the wall of the Sanctuary of our Church for a couple weeks now, I’ve been reflecting on it more and more.
I like creating Catholic craft kits, books and quizzing cards, but I’m a little bit old school. I create all my own artwork…or I personally make digital images of my daughter Kelly’s original sketches.
Remember Paint by Number?
How about Paint by Saint?
If you already have our Saint Scripts Craft Kits, Series One and Two…you already have the Kelly Saints illustrations in black and white templates to stylize on your own with pencil crayons, markers…or my new favorite watercolor paints!
January 6th is the Feast Day of St Brother André.
Chronic stomach pain had made it difficult for St André to hold a job. At 25, he could not read or write. He was deeply devoted to God and to St Joseph and insisted on building a shrine. He quietly greeted visitors as a lay brother of the Congregation of the Holy Cross and people began to seek prayer from him. St André gave the credit for all of the resulting physical healings to the intercession of St Joseph. In 1924, construction began for St Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal, QC, alongside the chapel built on St André’s insistence.