Easy and Fun All Saints’ Day Costumes: “I Have A Patron” (Free Printable!)

For me, it’s always important that being Catholic and celebrating the feasts and so on with my kids is something that we GET to do. Not something we HAVE to do. And we’ve all been there- we try to talk our kids into being St. this or St. that.. and they just really really really want to be Spider Man. And sometimes, in the interest of not wanting them to hate being Catholic and feel like it’s holding them back, I give in. You can find all of my All Saints’ Day resources for kids here.

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!

Now don’t get me wrong- there are things we CAN’T compromise on as Catholics. But given that there are no ethical dilemmas in dressing as Spider Man… well, I won’t stand in your way.

For years we went trick-or-treating dressed as Saints, and it was awesome. But if your kid is just really sad that he can’t wear the costume he wants… isn’t that defeating the purpose a bit? I wish I would have had another option then!

Today I would like to present with with secret option number 3… “My Patron Is…” printable Saint ribbons!

These are printable badges that proclaim who your patron Saint is. So for instance, you print one that says “My Patron Saint is St. Michael”and now, here are the costumes that are open to you:

My Patron Saint is St. Michael

  • Police Officer
  • Soldier
  • Paramedic
  • Military

Julian had fun posing for these lol

So this literally blows the options for All Saints’ Day costumes wide open with your only limit being your imagination… but here are some ideas to get your juices flowing.

My Patron Saint is St. Francis

  • Any Animal Costume. Seriously.

My Patron Saint is St. Adelaide 

  • Any princess costume. You’re welcome 😀

Usually Violet’s princess of choice is Elsa! haha


My Patron Saint is St. Sebastian

  • Any athlete. Now this party just got blown WIDE open! lol

My Patron Saint is St. Florian

  • Firefighter

My Patron Saint is St. Vitus

  • Dancer

Anabelle loves to dress as a ballerina!

My Patron Saint is St. Luke

  • Artist
  • Doctor

My Patron Saint is St. Gianna

  • Doctor

My Patron Saint is St. Elizabeth of Hungary / St. Nicholas of Myra

  • Baker or Chef

My Patron Saint is St. Gertrude

  • Cats

Lydia is totally going to grow up and be a crazy cat lady. 🙂

My Patron Saint is St. Dominic

  • Astronauts

My Patron Saint is St. George

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  • Boy scout/Girl scout

My Patron Saint is St. Florian

  • Firefighter

My Patron Saint is St. Andrew

  • Fisherman

My Patron Saint is St. Agnes

  • Gardener

My Patron Saint is St. Hubert

  • Hunter

My Patron Saint is St. Gabriel

  • Mail Carrier

My Patron Saint is St. Agatha

  • Nurse

My Patron Saint is St. Dismas or Barbara 

  • Prisoner

There are patron saints of absolutely every country, so if you have an “around the world” type of costume, look up who the patron of your country is.

For more patron saint ideas, check out this list

Printable Patron Saint Ribbons: {free!!!}

I made these in a variety of options, and the free download has them all. 🙂

Some of them are blank, and you can draw or write your patron Saint name in the circle. Some of them are fully colored (in many different color schemes for both boys and girls) and already say “I have a patron” and you just write the Saint’s name on the ribbon with a black marker. DONE! 😀

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- black and white

“My Patron” ribbon download- blank ribbon

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- orange and pink

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- blue and green

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- blue and pink

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- fun patterns

“I Have A Patron” ribbon download- St. Francis and St. Michael

Hopefully you found something that suits your need! Enjoy! 🙂

If you are looking for ideas for All Saints’ Day costume ideas for kids, be sure to check out my Saint Costume Directory!

Check out my All Saints’ Day Resource Page here.


  1. Genius!!!
    I love this!
    Patron Saint of Ninjas???

    • Well… both St. George and St. Michael are considered th patron saints of warriors, so seems like a fit to me 🙂

    • Blessed Takayama Ukon was a real life samurai!! My son chose him as his Confirmation saint this year.

  2. Lacy = genius
    Thank you! This is such a great idea and yes – really makes us have the ability to expand costume options yet still tie in with saints. Thank you so much for sharing!!!

  3. Brilliant! This idea is going to make everyone in my house happy. Thank you so much. Who would you choose for Spiderman?

    • Lol!!! I don’t think superheroes have a patron saint because they’re not real. That would be like saying that St. Francis is the patron saint of unicorns because he’s the patron of animals. But if you wanted to stretch it in that direction, I would say St. Michael because he is the patron of first responders. 🙂

  4. Absolutely love this idea! Thank you!