Fancy Happy Saints on your breakfast table? This is such a great and fun idea fromhttp://sometimesmarthaalwaysmary.com! 'I printed out these Happy Saints prayer cards on label paper, cut them out with a paper cutter and mounted the picture on one side of some colored card stock, and the prayer on the back. I used little place card holders to stand them up down the center of our table. They’ve been up on the fireplace mantle ever since...' read on
The cards are available from the Happy Saints ebooks here:
The following artworks are now available in t-shirts, mugs, badges, magnets, stickers, caps, bags etc. in the store! St. Kateri, St. Luke, St. Gerard Majella, St. Frances Cabrini, St. Anthony Claret, St. John Capistran etc. etc. Plenty more saints there!
I am happy to announce the launch of the Happy Saints Christmas Story eBook! In the style of the Happy Saints series, this special edition ebook features printable artworks of scenes from the Nativity Story. As always, the artworks are available as printable posters, prayer cards, greeting cards, coloring pages and badges for countless activities and occasions during the season of Christmas. The Christmas Story is even formatted in landscape position so it can be projected on a screen! The following scenes are featured:
I have requests to do Jesse Tree symbols but after checking out what's available online, I have found that there are already many good free resources available. I particularly recommend this one which has very good quality artwork: http://www.eriercd.org/jessetree.htm The images below are linked from the website above. (Illustrations by Carolyn Pikoulas and text by Anne-Marie Welsh for Faith magazine, published by the Diocese of Erie)
I posted earlier about preparing for a Happy Saints Exhibition. It took place at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Singapore during the last two weeks leading to All Saints Day. Here is a collage of some of the panels, taken by my friend Jean Elizabeth Seah! The posters are all taken from the Happy Saints ebooks.