How To Decorate Easy Angel Cookies: Letter A Snack

Apparently, I love to have alphabet series going on this blog. First I did Catholic alphabet crafts (which turned into Catholic ABC's), then I moved onto a Bible alphabet craft series, and this year I'm doing Bible themed snacks. So here we go, A is for easy Angel cookies! I decided to do the alphabet snack thing with Violet this year because I wanted a 1 on 1 activity we could do together … [Read more...]

Pentecost Sunday Celebration With Strawberry Cake- Happy Birthday To The Church!

As Pentecost is known as the birthday of the church, it seems to be traditional to make a "birthday cake" for the church on Pentecost Sunday! Be sure to check out more Pentecost Sunday ideas here! I usually see these covered in strawberries, and my guess for this reason is twofold: Number 1, the liturgical color of Pentecost is red, and strawberries are red. Number 2, strawberries are in … [Read more...]

Celebrating The Feast Of St. Joseph At Home- March 19

Happy feast of St. Joseph! I wanted to share with you our celebration for St. Joseph's feast day last year, but our desktop computer crashed, and I haven't yet been able to retrieve some of my pictures. (gasp!). So I don't have all of my pictures to show you, and I was going to skip posting about it all together, but it turns out my mom had taken a picture of the cake I made. :-) So here you … [Read more...]

Simple Celebration for Mary’s Birthday

The nativity of Mary is September 8 (9 months after the feast of the Immaculate Conception.) Although we've had more elaborate celebrations in the past, our family had a simple celebration this year. We made Mary a birthday cake! We made a simple angel food cake from a box mix, and drizzled it with some blue glaze (Our Lady's color.) I set out a Mary statue, and put 10 candles in the cake … [Read more...]

How to Make Colored Deviled Eggs for Easter

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Deviled eggs are a favorite around here, and we found a way to gussy them up a bit for Easter Sunday! Check out these colorful deviled eggs! Now I'm going to show you how to dye your own deviled eggs! It's super easy, and doesn't take that much extra time. First, make yourself some egg dye. This is very simple- no … [Read more...]

How to Make Rainbow Resurrection Rolls for Easter

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Usually, we make traditional Resurrection Rolls, which are rolls baked with marshmallows inside. When the marshmallow melts away, and "empty tomb" is left in the middle of the roll, which is a fun way to bring religion into Easter for kids. Last year, we spiced it up a little and made rainbow resurrection rolls! To … [Read more...]

St. Kateri Activity for Kids

Today, we have a guest post from my friend over at Catholic Deals, Liz. She made an adorable snack with her kids to celebrate Saint Kateri! St. Kateri's Native American Village   Materials needed: - Sugar or waffle ice cream cones - Chocolate candy melts - Pretzel sticks - Large tray - Frosting - Green and brown sugar - Dried papaya or orange candy for fire - Candies for … [Read more...]

Easy Cupcakes for All Saints’ Day Party

Would you like to make the cutest (and easiest) All Saints' day cupcakes ever?! When you show up to your All Saints' Day party this year, you can impress all the moms wow all the kids with these simple Saint cupcake toppers. ;-)   Now, the thing that makes these cupcakes really easy is that you don't even have to bake them yourself. You can just pick them up at the grocery store … [Read more...]

How To Make Easter Story Cookies {With a Printable Recipe!}

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Making Easter Story Cookies is a fun way to celebrate the true meaning of Easter with your kids! It's become a tradition at our house on Holy Saturday, so I wanted to share the recipe with all of you. This post has full directions and a picture tutorial for making the cookies. Each ingredient in this recipe is … [Read more...]

Make Your Own Candy Cross Pops!

Check out all of my First Communion Resources for Kids here. Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! I've been seeing diy jolly rancher pops around the internet, and the wheels in my brain started turning.  I was sure you could easily make these into crosses, and it turns out, I was right! There was a learning curve to figuring out how to make these into … [Read more...]