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Printable Palms For Palm Sunday- FREE!

Hi friends. What a year we are having. I was going through my Palm Sunday resources for families and thinking about how this would be the first Palm Sunday in modern history where Catholics would not have access to palms for celebrating, and that made me sad for everyone. So I decided to do something a little unconventional, but with the hopes of bringing a little nostalgia to your homes this Palm … [Read more...]

Celebrate Palm Sunday (Crafts and Ideas for Kids)

Celebrating Palm Sunday with your family is a great way to live the liturgical year at home with your kids! It begins the last week of Lent, and there are a lot of fun and meaningful ways to celebrate Palm Sunday with your kids. You can find all of my Holy Week resources for families here. But now let's see how to kick it off with Palm Sunday!  Special For Those Who Can't Attend Palm … [Read more...]

Celebrate Palm Sunday With “Palm (Ice Cream) Sundaes”

I love celebrating feast days with kids with really fun food or recipes! Palm Sunday is always a big day at our house, and celebrating with ice cream sundaes is not only fun, but also easy for mom! You can find all of my holy week food ideas for kids here.  I'm such a fan of the Sunday/Ice Cream Sundae pun (obviously. See my Divine Mercy Sundaes, Trinity Sundaes, and Pentecost Sundaes). … [Read more...]

10 Things To Do With Palms From Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday brings out the crafter in every Catholic. It seems that everyone has something different to do with them. I wanted to share with you 10 different things we like to do with our palms we get at Palm Sunday Mass. We'll start with palm basics: When you get them at church, they are green and bendable. This is when they're prime pickin' for crafts. Once they're dry, that's … [Read more...]

Palm Sunday Craft for Kids

We made these Palm Sunday crafts with handprint palms,  and footprint donkeys. So much fun! Updated to say: This became a small part of a much larger resource I made... Holy Week In Handprints! I hope you can enjoy the entire project! {{hugs!}}   Supplies Needed: Paint (preferably washable tempera paint for working with kids) Paper (we cut white poster board into … [Read more...]

Ideas For Celebrating A Quarantined Easter Sunday

Well Easter Sunday is almost upon us, and with the world under a pandemic and many social distancing, a lot of us are going to be celebrating at home this year. And that's ok! I just wanted to send out this special edition post to offer some last minute ideas for making your Easter celebrations at home meaningful and easy for you. You can find all of my Christ centered ideas for celebrating Easter … [Read more...]

How To Fold A Palm Cross In 10 Easy Steps

This is a Catholic classic, and must be added to the library of Catholic crafts here at Catholic Icing. ;-) There are so many amazing ways to fold palms from Palm Sunday Mass, and I have a list of 10 things to do with your Palm Sunday palms here. Today I'm going to show you how to fold a palm cross in 10 easy steps!  Also, at the end, I am going to share a superstar tip with you to … [Read more...]

How To Make A Palm Spiral

Palm spirals are beautiful, and absolutely one of the easiest things you can make out of your Palm Sunday palms! Take your palm, and wrap it around something long and skinny (such as a broom stick). Secure on both ends with a small piece of tape. Allow it to dry for a few days. Remove the tape and slide it off the end. Yes, that's really all there is to it. ;-) These … [Read more...]

Cross Crafts For Kids (Ideas For All Age Groups!)

The cross is the main symbol of the Christian religion. It symbolizes how Jesus died and rose for us and saved us from all of our sins! The cross is a great symbol and lends itself to tons of great crafts for kids for Sunday school, at home, during Easter, or anytime! You can find all of my Bible crafts for kids here. Now let's check out these fun cross crafts for kids. I have a mixture of … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Guide for Celebrating Holy Week With Kids!

When living the liturgical year with kids, holy week is a really big and excellent week to include! The most important thing is to help keep your family focused on the true meaning of this season, and remembering that this is the last week of Lent. Easter starts on Sunday, but to help hold off on Easter celebrating until the actual Easter season begins, you can try to get your family involved with … [Read more...]