How To Draw A Sacred Heart Video! {And First Friday Linky!}

Happy First Friday, my little cupcakes! I told ya’ll I was resurrecting our old First Friday linky parties, and here it is! (A little late, but still lol)

First, in honor of the most Sacred Heart of Jesus on this First Friday, I posted a “How To Draw The Sacred And Immaculate Hearts” video on my YouTube channel. Be sure to check it out with your kids! I squeeze in some of the symbolism for your kids about the images as they draw. 😉 And be sure to subscribe to Catholic Icing on YouTube so you don’t miss the next video.

I have been dreaming of making Catholic how to draw videos for kids for years now, and I am super super happy to be posting my first one today! Ya’ll had requested projects for older kids on the Catholic Icing facebook page a few weeks back, so I’m working on it! My older kids love how to draw videos. If you’d like to see more Catholic how-to-draws for kids, tell me in the comments what video you’d like me to make next.

Before diving into our linky party, I want to share some Friday Features with you! Here is some “Catholic Icing” ya’ll have been doing on your own and sending me your pictures.

Friday Features:

Faith and Fabric has been making some Sacred Heart tees for the Summer…

tlk2the_hand recently made my rosary hanger craft, and aren’t they just adorable?!

And greenmountainhomeschool mom just completed my printable peg dolls!

I love seeing your pictures!!! You can post them on facebook, tag me on instagram, or hashtag your stuff #catholicicing so I can see what ya’ll are up to! 🙂

Here are some more hashtags I’m encouraging to help build the Catholic mom community:

  • #catholiccrafts
  • #catholickids
  • #liturgicalliving

Ok… now it’s your turn! Share your own Catholic Icing by sharing your links below. You can find the rules to the first friday linky party here!

 

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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  1. Rosemary says

    Thank you for sharing this! You’ve made something that looks complicated very doable. God bless you.

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