Saint Patrick And Saint Brigid Craft For Catholic Kids

I am super excited today to bring you this printable craft of St. Patrick and St. Brigid! Aren’t they adorable together?!

I’m actually starting to have quite a collection of these printable stand up Saint crafts now! I have my ABC Saints, nativity set, resurrection set, and Saint Valentine.

Check out my video about them here! And don’t forget to subscribe to the Catholic Icing YouTube Channel! 🙂

While St. Patrick already existed in my ABC Saints set, this little guy is different. I drew the new artwork myself, and I drew it with older kids in mind. His picture is full of symbolism. He has Ireland in the background,  a snake is fleeing his presence, his vestments are adorned with Celtic patterns, there is a Celtic cross beside him, the breastplate with the prayer of St. Patrick is resting by his feet, and he is, of course, holding a shamrock. 😉

St. Brigid was also drawn and painted by me, and she is holding a St. Brigid’s cross.

I am so excited about his adorable Saint duo! You can download both of them now for just $2! The download is available in black & white AND in color, so you choose how you print it. Grab yours now!

 

And if you’re looking for a lesson to go with these little guys, I fully recommend my children’s book about the Trinity!

I hope ya’ll have a fun a blessed Saint Patrick’s day!

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  1. Well done, Ms. Lacy! Just received mine and will get them ready to go for this Sunday’s class. As always, beautiful artwork – and thank you for adding symbols. (I am trying to teach my students to look for symbols of the saints in art as a way of telling who’s who.)

  2. Thank you for making these! Do you think you will keep making more Saint packs? Like you did for this and St. Valentine? I love this inexpensive way of representing the Saint we are celebrating that day. While I would LOVE to own a collection of wooden peg/block/cutout saints from Etsy, it likely won’t ever be in the budget, so this is a good alternative!

    • This comment totally encompasses the reason why I designed and continue to come out with these little guys! This comment just really warmed my heart. I absolutely have every intention to keep making these little guys, and I’m doing a better job of just letting myself come out with them gradually rather that putting pressure on myself to come out with big packs all at one time. I would absolutely love to have a passion set and a 12 apostles set as well. Eventually I should have the time for all of it lol. God bless!

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