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Monday, July 28, 2014

St. Peter Julian Eymard Craft {Liturgical Ornament}


St. Peter Julian Eymard's feast day is Aug. 2 in the new calendar. He began his love of Jesus at a young age and became a priest at the age of 23. He had a devotion to the Blessed Sacrament and tried to spread that love to all those around him. He is the founder of the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament. Read more about him HERE, HERE, and HERE.
Because of his love of the Blessed Sacrament, Elizabeth and I made a monstrance for this ornament. We used yellow and white felt, as well as, gold pipe cleaners and a brown sharpie marker.
This is a double-sided ornament, so all the felt parts are doubled. 
We cut the gold pipe cleaner into short 1 inch strips - they are the rays of the monstrance. We used the yellow felt to make the stand part of the monstrance. We made the host from white felt and we the cross was added with a sharpie brown marker. 
We glued the small strips of gold pipe cleaner to the back of one of the yellow felt shapes. Then layered the second yellow shape on top. We glued on the hosts - one on both side. I recommend using hot glue to make this ornament. 

You may like to visit Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament on St. Peter Julian Eymard's feast day.
St. Peter Julian Eymard, pray for us.
~Jennifer


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