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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Craft {Liturgical Ornament}


Elizabeth is hoping to create ornaments at the speed of light! She twisted my arm (she's a strong girl -lol!) and begged me to help her make 5 this morning! Here is the ornament for Our Lady of Mount Carmel's Feast day, July 16 (for the new and traditional calendars). I'll post the others later when I have more time. 
For this ornament, we wanted to make the brown scapular the main focus, and we added a simple image of the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts. 

If you missed the first post about our ornament crafts -CLICK HERE 
That post also shows the first three ornaments, too!

To make it we used: dark brown felt, light brown felt, white felt, brown embroidery string, and hot glue. 
We used silver thread to add the string so we could hang it on our liturgical tree.
The hearts were added with permanent sharpie markers: yellow, orange, red, brown, and black. 

It turned out to be so cute! Well, I like miniatures so a tiny scapular is just my style! 

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, pray for us!
God bless you all!
~Jennifer

See more ideas to celebrate Our Lady of Mt. Carmel - HERE
See all the Liturgical Ornaments - HERE


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