St. Teresa Of Avila- How To Draw Video AND Coloring Page!

Ya’ll have been requesting for videos for how to draw the Saints, and I am hearing you! Today you get St. Teresa Jesus, and her feast day is coming up fast… October 15! Are you ready? NEXT Friday you are getting a boy Saint, and I’m going to keep that a surprise for now! If you don’t want to miss next week, be sure to subscribe to the Catholic Icing YouTube channel!

You can find all of my Catholic how-to-draws here, and be sure to check back because there is a new one each Friday! Each video shows you how to draw something Catholic step by step so it’s easy to follow for kids!

This is a great activity for Catholic kids when learning about St. Teresa of Jesus. As always, I sneak in some fun facts about St. Teresa while the kids are drawing and coloring, so your kids are drawing, but they’re also learning! Draw yours now!

As always, I am also including this as a free printable coloring page of St. Teresa of Avila. This is for anyone who just wants to color or for little siblings that aren’t quite ready for the drawing part yet. Wouldn’t want anyone to be left out!

St. Teresa Of Avila Coloring Sheet Download


I hope these resources for learning about St. Teresa Of Avila bless your family as you learn this month!

With All Saints’ Day right around the corner, I am excited to be drawing the Saints! Keep tagging me in your completed pictures on Instagram and Facebook- I love love love seeing your drawings!!! God bless!

Comments

  1. Lacey, have you done how to draw Saint Thèrese of Lisieux?

  2. Oops! Clarification needed:
    St. Teresa of the Child Jesus (and the Holy Face) is St. Therese of Lisieux, aka The Little Flower. (Feast Day: Oct. 1)
    St. Teresa of Jesus is St. Teresa of Avila. (Feast Day: Oct. 15)

    • Oh my goodness- you are totally right! Lol!!! Ok off to fix the post now. Thanks so much for catching this! I couldn’t do it without you guys!!!

  3. Brandie Granke says

    Thank you so very much! I’ve always wanted to learn how to draw the saints. Your symmetry is amazing to me and you make it look so easy. Than you for sharing some facts about St. Teresa of Avila too! Can hardly wait to see all of your other “how-to” videos! God Bless!

  4. Marguerite says

    That would be replace the feather and book with roses and a Crucifix in her arms.
    Blessings,

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