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Updated: March 28, 2018
Saturday, September 20, 2014

St. Matthew Craft {Liturgical Ornament}

St. Matthew, Apostle, evangelist, and martyr, is the patron saint of bankers and accountants. His feast day is Sept. 21 in the new and traditional calendars. 
Because he wrote the Gospel of Matthew, we added a book to his ornament.We added the money bag because he is the patron saint for those who deal with money.   
To create this ornament we used charcoal, tan, maroon, white and gray felt. We used a hole punch to make the coins. If your hole punch is not 100% sharp you will need to cut out the uncut sections, and that easy to do. We used brown and black permanent markers to add details to the white "paper" and the money bag. 

St. Matthew, pray for us!
God bless you all with joy!
~Jennifer sand Elizabeth



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