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Some Reviews and Testimonials on Happy Saints Artworks, eBooks and Gifts



"… During Lent and continuing until today, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Mahanoy City and St. Patrick Parish, Pottsville started a new collection called "Catholic Trading Cards." … As the children came to Mass they would receive a new card each weekend, and if they wanted more, they could ask … The caricatures are drawn exclusively by Victor Teh from Singapore." - The A.D. Times (read full article)



"… our group wanted to have little prayer cards to go along with the Saints we painted. Just so happens that HappySaints.com has TONS of Saint prayer cards, posters, coloring sheets, and more via E-Books. So, I had to buy a few so that we could have all the prayer cards!" - Story of a Rose (read full review)



"… and the kids love them. They are the cutest pictures with a different Saint for each letter. Henry has asked repeatedly to play with them, although I think it's more accurate to say he likes looking through them and reading about the Saints. It warms my heart to see him studying them." - The Lieber Family (read full review)



Check out this video review on Happy Saints by Catholic Underground. The review comes in at about the 29th minute: http://catholicunderground.com/cu-weekly-271-happy-saints/





"I love this anything that gets my kids more interested in the Passion! We used our Way of the Cross books last night at the Stations, and my 4 and 6 year olds followed along even to the point of tears - I am glad to have age appropriate artwork for them instead of something too intense for their little brains to wrap around. Keep up the amazing work!" - Ashleigh (Ohio)




Testimonials from Happy Saints Article in the National Catholic Register:

"When children see the drawings, they’ll instantly see the physical characteristics of the saints as well as recognize that those saints lived sainthood with joy and happiness, even in the hard times... It’s simply delightful for children. Children love something that can inspire their imaginations for more and something that is truly honest." - Cid Fortuna (Brazil)

"The Happy Saints eBook is unlike any other book about saints that I have ever seen. Most books on saints are reference books, where only a few of the entries are read at one time. The Happy Saints eBook is so colorful, with each illustration cuter than the last. It entices you to read every entry." - Angela Berczek (Virginia)


"The artwork and presentation of the saints found in Happy Saints is very engaging and attractive to our students. The biographies and prayers are written in very child-friendly language." - Jason Halstead (Florida)



"They all love the Happy Saints. I think it is because the saints are friendly and very kid-oriented. Their faces are so inviting, and the sayings are easy for little ones to read and remember." - Eileen Wickham (Texas)






"Yes, if you homeschool, teach religious education or are just looking for a fun way to introduce the saints to your children, I HAVE YOUR ANSWER!" 
- Team Whitaker (read full review)




"I love the colors, the simple faces and quotes for each saint. It is a great way for kids to learn about the saints-with one summarizing quote. Robby loves to color in sheets for the different feast days, which makes this perfect. This would also be a great resource for homeschooling families. Make sure you follow their blog so you can be up to date with all the feast days!" 
- Robby's Adventure (read full review)




"As I browsed the book, I found myself smiling.  It was a good thing my Netbook wasn't hooked up to the printer, or I would have promptly printed off most of the posters.  They are gorgeous.  Each features a picture of the saint, along with a brief quote from that saint around his or her picture.  Then there's a brief biography of the saint, detaining when they lived and when their feast day is.  Finally, there is a brief prayer that helps us apply a lesson from the saint's life to our own lives."
- The Koala Bear Writer (read full review)




"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."
- Sometimes Martha Always Mary (read full review)





"I love Victor’s cute, colorful, and fun depictions of our Heavenly Heroes for kids! I have used his images for craft projects before, and as a part of his ministry to children, he encourages us to print the images from his site."
- Catholic Icing (read full review)




"Instead of Happy St. Valentine...how about HAPPY SAINTS Valentine Day!  These are WAY cooler and Catholic than Barbie or Buzz Lightyear!  My daughter can give these away...and I know that the kids will love them!  Maybe just one little card will entice a child to learn more about the Communion of Saints!"
- Equipping Catholic Families (read full review) 






"August’s contemporary Sacred Heart piece, perhaps the happiest looking Sacred Heart image ever created..."
- The Catholic Beat (read full review)  




"We translated your saints images and we used them for a scavenger hunt, in which the older kids had to look up different questions regarding the saints. We also printed the pictures and used them for Put the Halo on the Saint game, we printed the pictures and taped them to coke bottles and did a ring toss game. We had fun!"

- Friends of Jesus and Mary, Panama (see the pictures)

8 comments:

  1. this is cute.... !! i simply love it!!! make saint eulalia too!!! =)

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  2. where is St. Albert the Great??

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  3. Thank you for the ministry of your creativity!
    Stumbled upon this great site while surfing the 'net.
    May God continue to bless you and your work!

    May I ask that you include St. Philip Neri and St. Barnabas in the queue? Thanks!

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  4. Please make a St. Nicholas of Tolentino . Thanks

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  5. Very nice art work. May I request if you could also make artworks related to the seven sacraments. this would be very helpful in our catechist for the children in our parish and with my godchildren.

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  6. thank you for the inspiring artwork. hope to have an e book for the sacraments and the basic prayers. :)

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  7. Will there be anything coming out for Saint John XXIII ? I am looking for buttons or stickers for our April 27 Celebration.

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