How To Draw St. Brigid’s Cross (Step By Step)

I am so excited to bring you this Friday’s Catholic how to draw video, how to draw Saint Brigid’s Cross! Saint Brigid’s feast day falls every year on February 1. She is also often celebrated on St. Patrick’s feast day (March 17) since she was Irish. It is customary on her feast day to make what is called a “Saint Brigid’s Cross” which are traditionally woven out of grass. You can see how we make ours out of pipe cleaners here. Today, we are going to 

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This is a great activity for Catholic kids when learning about Saint Brigid. This how to draw Saint Brigid’s Cross goes through this how to draw step by step so that it’s easy to follow along with. 

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In this video I use my Prismacolor brush tip artist markers to color this in and you can find some here. I have been using Prismacolor markers since I was 14 and I absolutely love them! 
I have a free printable that includes a printable version of this poem. Head over to this post to download yours for free.

Find all of my resources for St. Brigid’s feast day celebrations here. There are so many fun and traditional ways to celebrate this beautiful feast day!