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Sunday, September 27, 2015

7 Liturgical Ornament Patterns - Sts. Therese, 2 Guardian Angels, 3 Archangels, and Francis


I've gotten a lot of requests for the remainder of the liturgical ornaments and patterns. Believe it or not, I am working on those. I may be slow, but they are coming. Over the course of the past month I had a number of requests for the saints whose feast days are celebrated during the next few weeks. So I used my free time to work on those patterns. If God blesses me with more free time, I might just get January's saints out by Christmas! :-) 


This lot of printable patterns includes:
  • St. Therese the Little Flower of Jesus (Oct. 1 & Oct. 3th - Trad.)
  • Guardian Angel and Boy (Oct. 2)
  • Guardian Angel and Girl (Oct. 2)
  • St. Michael the Archangel (Sept. 29)
  • St. Gabriel the Archangel (Sept. 29 & March 24 - Trad.)
  • St. Raphael the Archangel (Sept. 29 & Oct. 24 - Trad.)
  • St. Francis of Assisi (Oct. 4th)
There is a pattern and instructions for each saint or angel ornament. These will help you to create your own felt ornaments.

Paper ornaments are also included! These can be printed on heavy paper, colored, cut-out, and hung up. The paper ornaments are great for younger kids! Teachers could use the paper ornaments as a quick and simple craft that all the kids can easily make!

The felt ornaments make great gifts or heirlooms and are a perfect way to decorate and celebrate the feast days year after year!

The printable patterns make creating these ornaments so easy!




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3 comments:

  1. Beautiful ornaments Jennifer! I just love all your creative felt talent and time! :) I'm adding this post to my St. Therese post here: http://www.asliceofsmithlife.com/2015/09/a-slice-of-liturgical-life-our-st.html

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    1. Thank you, Tracy! We are having a lot of fun making these. They are so easy and usable for kids! I'm popping over to check out your post! Thank you, again! God Bless!

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  2. What a cute idea! These look easy enough that my 13 yo could help the littles.

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