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Monday, November 10, 2014

St. Leo the Great Craft - The Pope vs. Attila! {Liturgical Ornament}

Have you ever heard the story about St. Leo the Great and Attila the Hun? If not Click Here to read about him and this story.
St. Leo's feast day is November 10th in the New Calendar, April 11th in the Traditional Calendar. 
To make this you will need:
  • light blue felt
  • gray felt
  • medium brown felt
  • yellow felt
  • white felt
  • black permanent sharpie marker
  • brown permanent sharpie marker 
  • yellow permanent sharpie marker
  • orange permanent sharpie marker
  • scissors (these kind work well)
  • glue (hot glue, felt glue,  or tacky glue - like this or this)
  • thread and needle for the looped hanger

Cut out the parts like those shown above. (More parts are shown in the photo below, too.)
Use the black maker to add an edge to the gray parts and to add detail to the brown fuzzy part of Attila's hat.  Use yellow and brown to make an edge and to add detail to the pope's miter. Glue them all onto the light blue background as shown in the next picture.
Now cut out the three shapes shown above to make a glowing cross. Use the orange marker to add an edge to the yellow circle. Glue them onto the blue background as pictured below. Cut out around the edges to remove any extra blue background. Add a threaded-loop to the top to hang it up.

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

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