St. Therese Crafts, Printables, and Fun for Kids!

St. Therese‘s feast day is coming up on October 1. She is a well loved saint by many, and there are literally endless ways to celebrate her feast day. Here is a roundup of cute ideas to get you started with your St. Therese feast day plans :-)

St. Therese invented Sacrifice beads. Isn’t that cool?!
The Little Ways has the history behind sacrifice beads,

 

Use your new paper doll to create this
St. Therese Game from Under Her Starry Mantle.

 

Catholic Convert has some free St. Therese Printable Prayer Cards
with the Rose Novena on them. I used them for my Shower of Roses!

 

Last but certainly not least, St. Therese Church has a whole page of
really cool St. Therese Crossword puzzles, Craft Ideas, and  much more!

Of course, St. Therese’s symbol is the rose and her nickname was the “Little Flower” so any rose craft or flower craft would also be a great way to celebrate! I’m really excited about this upcoming feast day, and I wish I had the time to dedicate about 20 posts to it! :-)
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Comments

  1. JOYfilled Family says:

    those are the best instructions for sacrifice beads, by far. thanks for the reminder of amy's patterns. her creations are darling.
    pax Christi – lena

  2. kristacecilia says:

    The link is for a St. Theresa of Avila paper doll, actually. Although it could obviously be doctored to be a St. Therese doll.

    Sorry, I have a devotion to both these lovely saint Theresas! Wouldn't want people confusing them- they might miss out on the other one! ;)

  3. Lacy @ Catholic Icing says:

    Oh my goodness, you're right! Lol!

  4. Thank you for all the wonderful ideas. Have a great day. God Bless.

  5. Thank you, Lacy!

  6. Prudence Arcadia says:

    Thank you for these, I just started making rosaries so I would love to take a crack at the sacrifice beads! And, oh I wish I knew how to crochet!

  7. Kathleen's Catholic says:

    These crafts are adorable. And I love the crochet pattern.

  8. Catherine Anne says:

    I came to know and love her in the 2nd grade. Great post. Thank you!