Printable 3D St. Joseph’s Altar- Craft For Catholic Kids

Wow- well, I'm baaaaaaack!!! Did ya'll miss me? We've had a lot of life changes around here. I might update ya'll a little more at a later time, but for now, my family and I really appreciate your prayers. I'm very excited about this new printable I designed this week! It's a 3D printable St. Joseph's altar, and it's super easy to put together! You can read the story behind the tradition of the … [Read more...]

Lenten Activities for Children

If you're looking for ways to observe Lent with your kids this year, you've come to the right place! Browse all my Lenten resources for families by subject below. Click on the link for full directions or printables. Be sure to save this link- I update this post every time I come out with new Lenten resources for kids.   Click here to download my printable Lenten calendar- … [Read more...]

A Lot Of Changes For The Rabideau Family

As ya'll might have noticed, my blog posts have been a bit sparse for the last year or so. That's because my family and I have been going through a lot personally. I'm not going to get into any specific details, but your prayers are appreciated. For anyone who reads here regularly, it's probably pretty easy to see that God and my family are the most important things to me. And when my family … [Read more...]

Living the Liturgical Year With Kids- October

The month of October is dedicated to the rosary. Be sure you teach your kids about the rosary, and pray it more often this month with your children! Rosary Resources For Kids: Learning Your Rosary Prayers The "Write" Way ebook Easy rosary craft (all you need is pipe cleaners and beads!) Paper bag Rosary book- a different pull out page for each set of mysteries. Giant Rosary made … [Read more...]

Making A Homeschool Yearbook: Tips And Inspiration

Last year was the first year I made a homeschool yearbook for us, and I love it! It gets flipped through a lot, and actually serves as a review for the things we've covered. Plus, it sure makes all the cool school stuff I do with the kids feels worthwhile and is not forgotten! ;-) Our homeschool yearbook was just for lil 'ol us, not part of a large co-op. Well... we do actually get together … [Read more...]

Best Bible Journaling Supplies {what bleeds, what doesn’t, and how to get the most for your money}

I've been on a bible journaling kick for awhile now, and I've finally got enough pages behind me now to recommend some bible journaling supplies and know what I'm talking about ;-). (You know, plus, I'm an artist, so I actually know stuff about art supplies...) Essential Bible Journaling Supplies A Beginner's List of Bible Journaling Supplies: Bible (recommendations here) Pencil … [Read more...]

The World’s Cutest Bible Tabs Ever- And They’re Printable!

For the first time, someone besides me has named one of my products. When finishing up these bible tabs, I asked Lydia what I should call them, and she quickly replied "The World's Cutest Bible Tabs Ever!" So I'd like to present you with... The World's Cutest Bible Tabs Ever. ;-) I kept seeing all the cute journaling bibles out there looking all adorable and crafty with cute hand-made tabs, … [Read more...]

Catholic Bible Journaling- Ideas and Inspiration

I thought I'd like to have a place to share my bible journaling pages with you, so I'll post them here (at the top) whenever I have a new one. For more bible journaling inspiration, be sure to follow me on Instagram and check out my bible journaling Pinterest board. Links to my commonly used supplies: You can also see my complete post of recommended bible journaling supplies here. … [Read more...]

Bible Journaling For Catholics- FINALLY An Affordable Catholic Bible Option!!!

Bible Journaling has been rising in popularity, and for any of you who follow me on Instagram, you know I've been bitten by the Bible Journaling bug! I've always made little doodles around... well, pretty much any piece of paper that's ever sat in front of me, including in past bibles, so taking that a step farther in an intentional direction sounded amazing for me. I've always found that … [Read more...]

Symbolic Easter Tea For Kids

This tea party is good to do for all 50 days of the Easter season! I consider this tea party kind of a counterpart to our traditional Lenten tea that we like to have. It's full of symbols for all the things that happened from Easter through Pentecost, and roughly follows the Stations of Light (AKA Stations of the Resurrection, Way of the Light, or Via Lucis) Just like the Lenten tea, we … [Read more...]