Mother’s Day Rosary Spiritual Bouquet

We wanted to make a special present for Grandma and we wanted to celebrate the Month of Mary too!
We decided to make our own version of the Spiritual Bouquet of Prayer Petal Flowers.
Since Bridget can’t really read yet, we didn’t need the prayers written on the petals as they are in the
Craft Kit.  I thought we would focus on the Joyful Mysteries and talk about all 5
 as we pray one decade of the Rosary.
I printed out some of my favorite clipart from Nippert Artworks:  all 20 Mysteries of the Rosary.
I used my new 2.5″ hole punch that I purchased for the Frozen Juice Lid crafts.
Bridget liked picking the petal colors.
I was happy that we found some postcards from a Church we visited in Australia and could include this beautiful image in the center of the Joyful Mysteries flower.
We tried to lay out the picture before we started gluing, but I don’t think we realized how much the petals need to overlap.
I think Grandma will like this flower for Mother’s Day…especially when she learns that we were offering our prayers for her as we said the one decade of the Rosary while we made the flower.

I’m linking to Catholic Icing’s First Friday Link-up

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  1. Hi! I wanna ask if you have interest in seeing a project to implement a catholic rosary software? More details in this thread at Catholic Forums:

    Thank you!

  2. HI Tracy,
    Thanks for always following back and commenting whenever I post on NOBH…it’s my favorite blog hop…just because you are so nice!

  3. This is beautiful and so meaningful while you included prayers and homemade touches to the gift! Thanks for sharing on NOBH!

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