Little Printable Peg Dolls: Easter Set

Easter set of printable pegs


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.

guards and women

This set includes a couple shocked guards, 2 women who are pretty surprised to find the Empty Tomb…and St. Mary Magdalene with her special oil to anoint Jesus with her Rapunzel hair!

Resurrection Jesus and friends

The set also includes two angels standing outside the Empty Tomb, the Resurrected Jesus, Mother Mary (at Pentecost) and the Apostle St. John.

I tried a few different approaches to the faces (eyes) and mod-podged the bodies in place.

Resurrection Angel hairMary Magdalene hair

When I found it a little difficult to match the hair of the printable with the acrylic paint colors I have, I just added a little paint to the body to help match the hair across the head and down the shoulders.

The mod podge seals it all in…and makes it look pretty consistent!


Egg Carton Passion Play 2015

While I still have the Egg Carton Passion Play set which fits the little Wooden Painted Saints really well, I’ve got a couple other ideas up my sleeve for other Passion Play and Empty Tomb stage and storage options! Make sure that you’re subscribed for updates!

Resurrection Set at the Tomb


Adam took the Passion Set to school today for show ‘n tell! He knows most of the characters…and most of the story!

army of wooden painted saints

We’re building quite the army of little Wooden Painted Saints!

Printable Peg Dolls: Passion Set

Printable Peg Dolls: Pairs of Saints

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