Wednesday, October 14, 2009

All Saints' Craft! New Patterns!

UPDATE October 2010: I re-loaded the PDF pattern here! Have fun!

Number Seven's class at co-op has been "visited" by different saints every week... so we have been inspired by the stories she tells us at home. We made some new ones and got the old ones out in preparation for the feast day! Also, see here the original ones!

I drew a new pattern plus some extras, and you are free to print, cut and make as many was you want! Make sure to add your own creative ideas: yarn hair, props, accessories... and be ready to celebrate All Saints' Day!

Click here for the pdf version.
Post a comment or email me with any questions: anabragahenebry[at]gmail.com


11 comments:

Kitty Eleison said...

Oh I love these saint paper dolls! What a great idea! I am in charge of the "coloring" table at our parish's upcoming All Saints Day party, and these would be a great addition to the usual coloring pages.

Ana Braga-Henebry said...

I am delighted!

Sarah M said...

"I love the craft that is your profile pic! My class is putting on an All Saints Day Play! We are very excited! Each kid picked a different saint- made a poster with a symbol about that saint- and is going to play that saint in the play!

I may just do your craft too! God bless!"

J. M. said...

"I am stealing them to use at Kolin's all saints party....i am in charge and crafts are not my thing...THANKS! haha"

Ana Braga-Henebry said...

You're not stealing! :-)

welcome to our wonderland said...

when i clicked to download hte pdf it says google creator has been shut down :( so sad I won't be able to use these.

Ana Braga-Henebry said...

Sorry to hear that-- i clicked from this end and it worked!

Faye said...

Ana,
I got the same error message that "wonderland" did... hmmm... strange.

Ana Braga-Henebry said...

Hi Faye, I updated the message with a newly loaded pattern, look above, the first line. God bless!

MamaBear said...

Very cute, thanks for sharing!

silvana Saludes said...

Genial idea!!! Gracias lo pondré en práctica en catequesis!