Alphabet of Saints Crafts for Catholic Kids

With the combination of our Catholic ABC’s preschool we’re working on and with All Saints’ Day just around the corner, I wanted to run some awesome saint crafts!
I now made a printable set of alphabet Saints to go with my preschool program. They’re super fun and easy to make! The download comes in black and white and in color.
Check out this “String from Heaven” craft made by my friend Jackie.

Here’s what Jackie said-


So we are doing Elizabeth Foss’ Alphabet Path at home with our daughter. Since Ican’t paint we purchased the gingerbread cutouts of cardboard people atMichael’s. Each week I trace the outfits from construction paper for herto cut and paste them together to correspond with the pictures from An Alphabet of Catholic Saintsfor each letter. I do the faces typically and some ofthem I’ve cut too (you can probably guess which). We do this inaddition to cutting out the Letters (upper and lowercase) for the weekand gluing things that start w/ the letter or the actual letter frommagazines to that Letter’s page.

St. Anne
St. Bernadette
St. Cecilia
St. Dominic
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
St. Francis of Assisi
St. George
And here are some more Saint Crafts A-Z!

I just love these Adorable Alphabet Saints
from Pinewood Castle! And you can find some good
directions on making these kind of dolls at Crafty in Coffeeland.

If you want to try your hand at painting, check out these
Painted Alphabet Peg Dolls from robynallen2 on Flickr.

Here are some other ways to make yourself a procession
of saints- whether they’re in alphabetical order or not! 🙂

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I have always been in love with Alice’s Spoon Saints!
You have got to click over to Cottage Blessings to
see her procession across the mantle! 🙂


Are you ready for this? These Saint Dolls are so adorable,
and the patterns are available to print for free at
Ana Braga-Henebry’s Journal. I love these so much!

Also, you should totally check out my All Saints’ Day food labels! This is the perfect All Saints’ Day party printable as it turns everyday kid snacks into symbols of the Saints, making celebrating a breeze for mom!


Soon your saints will all come marching in! I hope your kids enjoy making some saint crafts soon – I know mine will!


  1. welcome to our wonderland says

    I LOVE that option I to was doing the alphabet path but can't for hte life of me find peg dolls so this would be PERFECT!!!!! thanks so much for sharing!!!

  2. Amazing_Grace says

    These are so cute! 🙂

    An Alphabet of Catholic Saint crafts would be great to do with a classroom of students. Put a name of a saint on a little pieces of paper and put them into a large container. Have each student reach into the container and pick a slip of paper to find out which saint they will make to hang in the classroom.

  3. confused homemaker says

    I love the Alphabet Path, as do my kids!! Doing a garland of letters & Saints is a great idea, especially for those with limited space (like us). Thanks for all the wonderful ideas (here & overall on the site!).

  4. great and super cute idea!!

  5. Ana Braga-Henebry says

    Love your cute blog and your saints alphabet! A reader has pointed out to me that there is a problem with my pattern so I am in the process of redoing it! Will post it soon!

  6. Lacy, after reading this post the other day, we made the Saint dolls that Ana created a doll pattern for. what a joy it was to make these! and we posted about them today and linked to your All Saints Day link up!!

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