Saint Crafts, Printables, Activities And More For Catholic Kids!

Teaching my kids about the Saints in fun ways is one of my favorite things to do! Over the years, I have developed many activities for my children, so I have ideas that range from preschool kids to upper elementary. I hope you find many useful resources for teaching your kids about the Saints here!

Celebrate the Saints With Kids

There is an alphabetical directory of all the Saints I have resources for at the bottom of this post! Scroll down. 

Celebrating Saint Feast Days With Kids

I have a how to celebrate Saint feast day post here that walks you through choosing activities for any Saint feast day! Be sure to check this out, especially if you’re wanting to celebrate a more obscure Saint feast day and you’re struggling to find resources. 

How to Celebrate Saint Feast Days With Kids

All Saints’ Day Resources

You can find all of my All Saints’ Day resources for kids here. Games, costume ideas, crafts, and more are included!

The Ultimate All Saints' Day List

Saint Crafts For Kids:

Printable ABC Saints– these are available in color and black and white.

ABC Saints Printable Craft

Paper Bag Saint Puppets– templates to make virtually every Saint!

Paper Bag Saint Puppets

Advent Saint printable ornaments

Advent Saint Ornaments

Also, you should totally check out my All Saints’ Day food labels! Super cute and fun.

Saint Printable Paper Standees


Saints as Paper Doll Chains

Fun saint craft for catholic kids paper chain

Make a Family Litany of Saints

Family Litany of Saints

Choose a new patron Saint of your family for each year.

Saint Francis Statue

Printable Saint information fill in page

Printable saint report information page for kids

Saint craft for young kids

Saint cloud craft reading "The Saints ar in Heaven with Jesus"

Nun paper bag puppets

Paper bag nun puppets catholic craft

Embroider Saint dolls for kids

Embroidered Saint Doll

Saint Books For Kids

When you’re starting to teach your kids about the lives of the Saints, I suggest starting with a Saint picture book treasury that includes a lot of short stories you can read together. This will give you a good starting place and then you can add to your library of Saint books over the years. You can find all of my favorite Saint books for kids here.

Best Saint Picture Books

Saint How To Draw

I also have a how to draw Saints video that’s totally free! This is also available for free as a coloring page to print.

How to draw the saints

Saint Costumes

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

Saint Costume Directory

Saints by Name :

This is an alphabetical list of all the holy men and women I have posts about. There are lots of ideas her for celebrating Feast days with kids, and celebrating their patron saints! Click on the saint’s name to see all the posts related to that saint.

Angels– all the resources you could need to celebrate the angels with kids. 

Divine Mercy Jesus

Immaculate Heart of Mary



Mother Teresa

Our Lady of Chiquinquira 

Our Lady of Fatima– With the miracle of the spinning sun, what’s not to love about this feast day?

Our Lady of Guadalupe– This fun December feast day has many associate Catholic traditions. Find lots of feast day resources here. 

Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Our Lady of Sorrows

Queenship of Mary

Sacred Heart of Jesus

San Juan Diego– This Saint is who Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to. Another fun December celebration! 

St. Agnes

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St. Ambrose– a great Advent feast day to celebrate!

St. Anne

St. Anthony

St. Bakhita, Josephine– There are a lot of resources for celebrating this amazing Saint, including a free printable coloring page. 

St. Basil

St. Bernadette

St. Blaise

St. Brigid

St. Catherine Laboure

St. Cecilia

St. Christopher– I have a whole post devoted to celebrating this patron Saint of traveling! 

St. Clare

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

St. Faustina

St. Francis of Assisi– One of the most well known Catholic Saints of all time and for good reason. There are a lot of feast day celebration ideas here. 

St. Gabriel– this feast day is shared with all the archangels.

St. George

St. Gerard

St. Gianna

St. Helena– This fun Saint, credited for finding the true cross, has a lot of possibilities for a feast day celebration!

St. Isidore

St. Joan of Arc

St. John the Apostle

St. John Vianney

St. Joseph- an excellent feast day to celebrate with kids and also there is an entire month devoted to this amazing Saint!

St. Kateri– we love celebrating this Native American Saint each July. 

St. Longinus 

St. Lucy- One of my favorite feast days to celebrate!

St. Luke

St. Mark

St. Martin de Porres– This is a full post with resources on St. Martin de Porres. Tons of great resources here! 

St. Martin of Tours– There are so many resources here for celebrating Martinmas, a huge Saint day celebration in Germany! You do not want to miss celebrating this feast day. 

St. Mary Magdalen

St. Matthew

St. Michael– This feast day, also called “Michaelmas” is a feast day of all the archangels, and there are a lot of Catholic traditions for this day. I have tons of resources ready to go!

St. Nicholas– What an amazing Saint feast day to celebrate every year on December 6! You are sure to find these resources fun and helpful. 

St. Padre Pio- This feast day has a dedicated post. I love the modern Saints. 

St. Patrick- This is the ultimate list! Everything you would ever need to celebrate a Catholic St. Patrick’s day with kids!

St. Peter

St. Pope John Paul II– Another modern Saint and one of my favorites! Lots of fun resources for this feast day. 

St. Raphael– This feast day is for all the Archangels, including Raphael. 

St. Rose of Lima

St. Simon

St. Teresa of Calcutta– Famously known as Mother Teresa, what an amazing Saint to celebarte!

St. Teresa of Avila- I have a free how to draw video for St. Teresa of Avila. 

St. Therese of Lisieux– full post of crafts, printables, and other resources for kids to celebrate the “Little Flower”

St. Valentine   (Also see Valentine’s Day)- Looking for some ideas to celebrate actual Saint Valentine for Valentine’s day? This post has everything you need! 

St. Veronica

St. Zita

You can find all of my resources for living the liturgical year organized month by month here! This would let you see all my Saint resources for a certain month of the year. 

Liturgical Living Month by Month Recources


  1. ewa petros says

    I love CatholicIcing! I’m so glad I came across it, quite accidentally! I was wondering about the adorable little circular cut outs at the top of the Saints Directory page- are those little saint cards? I’d love to find out more about them, and I’m interested in getting some for myself:) Too cute!

    • Google “Happy Saints”. That’s the guy who makes them. 🙂

      • Did you buy those or print them yourself? I am looking for prayer cards, pictures, coloring or activity sheets, etc for St Augustine, St Dominic Savio, St Clare of Assisi, St Mary Magdalene, and St John. I am needing 75 or so of each though, so trying to find a place I can either purchase the printable or something to print myself. Those are so cute!

        • I printed them myself from Aren’t they adorable? I love Happy Saints!

  2. It looks like the links for the costumes don’t connect. I would love to see your ideas!


  3. Hi Lacy! I was wondering if you could post some activities or info on St. Vincent de Paul? Been looking around but can’t seem to find any kid oriented info on him in other websites. 🙂

  4. Hi-I love your website. I was looking for an idea for food/snack and a craft for the feast day of the lady of la leche, but I dont think you have her listed??

    • I don’t have anything for that… yet. haha! The Catholic church is so rich with tradition and feasts, I will never run out of things to post about. 😉

  5. Hi Lacy~
    Thank you for all your wonderful and creative ideas. Last year for All Saint’s you mentioned how you liked someone’s idea for the Infant Child of Prague. For the life of me I can’t track it down(Oh, St. Anthony help me;) It was such a great idea and we have a boy that age this year. Any ideas where to find it? Hope you and your family are doing well. In Christ~ Linda

  6. You Should add Saint Philomena to your list 🙂