Catholic Fruits Of The Holy Spirit Printable For Kids {7 Craft Ideas!}

When choosing resources to teach kids about the fruits of the Holy Spirit, you have to be sure that they're Catholic so that they include all 12 fruits (rather than only 9). I recently came out with this song to teach Catholic kids the fruits of the Spirit, and now I came out with this printable to go along with it! :-) Download your Fruits of the Spirit Craft now! It's just $2! This … [Read more...]

Make a Holy Water Bottle Craft with Catholic Kids

We made these Holy Water Bottle Necklaces when Anabelle was Baptized, and this was such a fun craft for Baptism! It got the kids involved, gave them something to look forward to, kept them occupied, and I got to teach the kids about Holy Water. Score! :-) How to Make a Holy Water Bottle Craft Making this Holy Water Bottle Craft was super easy and the kids really enjoyed it! Supplies Needed … [Read more...]

ABC Saints: Coloring Pages Turned Easy Catholic Craft

I've been working hard on something that I'm so excited to release to you today: A whole alphabet of Saints, ready for you and your kids to craft! The best part is, they're printable, and ready-to-go in either black and white or in color. Your choice. :-) Also, they totally match the Saint of the week for Catholic ABC's. This project was a joint effort! I commissioned my sister-in-law at to … [Read more...]

I Believe In 1 God Craft- Bible Craft For Letter G

I kid you not that I was talking to my husband the night before co-op saying "I can't think of anything to do for the letter 'G' in my Christian ABC's series!" (In Catholic ABC's, G is for grotto, so that really doesn't work in a non-denominational co-op.) He said "You're kidding, right? G is for God." Duh!!! So I went onto the internet to browse for ideas. You know what my husband told me … [Read more...]

Fun and Easy Cross Craft for Kids

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! We tried our hand at salt  paintings, and it was so much fun! Easy, fast, and seriously... did I mention fun?! To say that the children were delighted would be an understatement!   This craft can be done with all ages- from preschoolers through adults! (Yes, even I had a lot of fun making this one!) You … [Read more...]

How to Bead a Cross (Fun Christian Craft!)

These beaded crosses are a great craft for kids! This classic christian craft is fun anytime- Vacation bible school (VBS), CCD, Sunday school, or at home. I have a little trick that makes these especially easy for kids to make. (I recommend this craft for 6 year olds and older.) Supplies Needed: Pony Beads String (we used plastic string) Glue Dots (these make this craft super … [Read more...]

Jesus Loves Me- Bible Craft for Kids

In continuing with my children's crafts for Christian songs, today's craft goes with the song "Jesus Loves Me"! This is such a classic religious song for kids! I wanted a "Jesus Loves Me" craft that really focused on the "me" part of that. I thought a picture frame with the child's picture was perfect! This frame is made from an old CD case, and was super easy to put together! Even if you … [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...]

Glittery Jesus Fish Craft- Make a Mobile!

This week we made a Jesus fish craft using only cardboard tubes, glue, and glitter. The kids had so much fun with this one! This was such a simple process. Take a cardboard tube (such as a toilet paper roll or a paper towel tube) and flatten it. Then cut it into strips. You'll end up with football shaped rings. Cut the ring apart at one fold, cut 2 slits, and fit together in the shape of  … [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...]