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How To Craft A Tabernacle; Making A Mass Kit For Catholic Kids

Find all of my Mass crafts and activities for kids here. I'm continuing my series, showing you how to make a Mass kit for kids piece by piece. Today, I'm going to show you how to easily craft a sturdy tabernacle. You can find the navigation page of how to make all the Mass kit pieces for kids here. Supplies Needed To Craft Tabernacle: Wooden box from craft store (big enough for your … [Read more...]

Peg Doll Mass Kit

I've posted about how to make a tiny Mass kit before, but we made ours long ago and the pieces are long missing. So here's take 2, and this time, it's totally meant for all of our awesome Saint peg dolls! I recently took part in a Saint peg doll exchange, then I came out with this set of decoupagable Saint peg dolls, so my house is pretty much rolling in these awesome holy heroes right now! … [Read more...]

How To Craft A Crucifix For Catholic Kids

Find all of my Mass crafts and activities for kids here. I’m continuing my series, showing you how to make a Mass kit for kids piece by piece. Today, I’m going to show you how to easily craft a versatile crucifix that can stand up on a table top, or be used on a stick for pretend altar servers. You can find the navigation page of how to make all the Mass kit pieces for kids … [Read more...]

Craft A Mass Kit For Kids- Cheap!

Find all of my Mass crafts and activities for kids here. This is my navigation page for crafting your very own Mass kit! Below, you can find all the links on how to craft the individual pieces. They are all complete with picture tutorials. Most of the pieces are made from wood or plastic. All of the items used are easily found at craft and dollar stores, plus gold spray paint! Mass kits … [Read more...]

Catholic Vacation Bible School Ideas

Earlier in the year, I reviewed several Catholic Vacation Bible School packages (and I mean real Catholic packages, meaning they were developed by actual Catholics). Our parish, however, wrote their own program this year, and it was fabulous! They have used packaged kits in the past, but ultimately ended up tweaking them so much they thought they may as well go ahead and start from … [Read more...]