I posted EGG-straordinary Lenten Rosary Project for your Family – a tutorial for a Lenten activity for families – over at Catholic Sistas. As I was revamping this post from one I did last year, I came across many great additions. While I won’t go into the specifics of the Easter Egg Rosary Project here, I will show you the booklet that evolved from it’s transformation from a post that was original to Designs by Birgit last year. I simply used links to various ideas for coloring pages, Stations of the Cross carousels, and other ideas and created a Lenten Journey Book for Kids.
My links are here: My Lenten Journey for Kids
A special plate I made when our family was just beginning.
A friend shared the idea that although you could buy a “special” plate for birthdays this could be about more.
And so it marks life’s celebrations and even life’s disappointments with the reminder that in good times and in bad when this plate appears at your place in our family table….
You are loved….You are valued…You are capable.
Allison blogs at Totus Tuus & Catholic Homeschool
is a great time to launch some family traditions with
family culture-building crafts!
Here’s a simple way to get started making a family tree…and it’s a free printable!
There are two templates included with instructions.
“My Roots” offers an opportunity for more info about each family member,