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Sunday, August 17, 2014

St. Helena or Helen Craft {Liturgical Ornament}

St. Helena (aka: St. Helen) is the Mother of Emperor Constantine and found the true cross of Christ. Her feast day is Aug. 18 (traditional calender). Read more about her HERE and HERE
Elizabeth and I got a little glitter glue happy with this one! The design is simple, but the glitter glue made it sing! :-o ♪ ♫ 
We made 7 rays from yellow felt and added a bit of orange permanent marker to them to make them look more interesting. We glued them onto a white oval which as a little bigger than the cross we had made from two strips of dark brown felt. 
We added silver glitter glue to the white area and gold glitter glue to the yellow area. We also added a bit of red glitter glue to the yellow area and three drops on the cross. 

St. Helena, pray for us!
~Jennifer and Elizabeth



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