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Egg Carton Passion Play Crafts for Holy Week

Egg Carton Passion Play

A few years ago I was making these Egg Carton characters, inspired by  Michele Made Me.

These are SO CUTE and fun to make!!

I decided to start my Egg Carton Communion of Saints with Mother Mary. Michele has an Egg Carton Nativity set that is awesome and I only strayed a little to make my Mother Mary. I needed to add her signature blue veil and a shiny halo.

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Miniature Printable Peg Dolls: Passion Play

A couple weeks ago, we converted Lacy’s Printable Peg Dolls from the 3.5″ size to our 1.75″ size wooden dolls and we posted a tutorial with the conversion details and some tips here: Decoupage Saints.

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Egg Carton Saints Passion Play

Last year, I made a couple figures out of Egg Cartons…including a couple knights as our company mascot Arma Dei  (Armor of God)

 I made Mother Mary…and a Pope Francis as well!

It occurred to me that the little knights could stand in as Roman soldiers…and the beginning plans of a new Egg Carton Character Passion Play begins to take hold…

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Painted Saints Passion Play 2015

These little Wooden Painted Saints have been getting a lot of attention!

We recently made TWO different Churches with our new Cathedral Clipart Craft Kit

…one with a wooden barn from Michaels and the other from a family sized Goldfish Cracker box: Cracker Box Cathedral!

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Painted Saint Passion Play

There is a reason I have been painting little wooden saints…and why Adam has had ample opportunity to put painted saints in the dungeon.

You see, I decided to set the stage for a Passion Play and I decided to fit all of Jesus’ Public Ministry on earth …into an egg carton.

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Wooden Peg Passion Play

I just love the little wooden dolls that I see painted in various crafts…in fact I keep adding these ideas to my Try This At Home linky…kind of like my own little to do list of crafts for someday. 

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Equipping Catholic Families for the Holy Triduum!

Blessings to you, this Holy Triduum!

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Holy Thursday

Seder Supper with Script: Expanded Craft Kit

This Cathletic Craft Kit offers the basic ingredients, significance and text of the Seder Supper meal…for Christians.

This Expanded Seder Supper Printable includes a Script of prayers, questions and explanations, as well as Scripture references to read aloud.

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(Mostly) LENT Crafts at HOME ~ with what you have on hand!

Looking for crafts to do at home, with what you have on hand?
We sifted through our archives and these are the simplest crafts we found. Many of the crafts are totally appropriate for LENT and the others are just in case you have any kids obsessed with Medieval Times.

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April Saints and Celebrations!

Equipping Catholic Families for April Saints!

Welcome to our monthly summary of crafts and family traditions related to the Monthly Devotion, Key Feast Days and the appropriate Season of the Liturgical Calendar.

The Monthly Devotion for April is The Eucharist!

We love the Mass! Here are a couple more resources to help us focus at Mass and prepare for the Sacrament of the Eucharist:

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Holy Week Links and Activities

Recommended Stations of the Cross on YouTube: Liguori Stations of the Cross

Palm Sunday

  • Sharing palms, displaying Palms
  • Palm/Handprint cutout wreath (it’s not TOO late!)

Spy Wednesday

  • 30 Coins Hidden
  • Tenebrae means “shadow” or “darkness.” The Liturgy of the Hours is chanted and with the completion of each reading, a candle is extinguished until the church is pitch black.  For Tenebrae at Home: Tenebrae Script from loavesandfishesministry.com

Tenebrae Service will be streamed from St. Michael’s Cathedral at 7:30pm on Wednesday: Streamed Masses and Liturgies

Holy Thursday

Washing of the Feet (as Jesus washed the Apostles’ Feet)
Visit of 7 Churches Tradition

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