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Monday, July 21, 2014

St. Mary Magdalene Craft {Liturgical Ornament}


St. Mary Magdalene's feast day is July 22 (New and Traditional calendars) The story from John 12:1-8 tells us how Mary Magdalene anointed the feet of Jesus with expensive perfume. So for her liturgical ornament Elizabeth and I decided to make a perfume bottle (an older style).
 
We used light blue felt, and a light blue permanent marker. We folded a 2x3 inch rectangular piece of light blue felt in half and cut half a perfume bottle shape from it so that it could be opened into a full bottle. Then we added a light blue marker outline and glass-glare. The shaded-outline really makes it "pop"! A silver threaded loop was added to hang it on our Liturgical Tree. 

If you missed the first posts about our ornament crafts -CLICK HERE 

St. Mary Magdalene, pray for us!
God bless.
~Jennifer


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