All you holy men and women, pray for us!
St. Josephine Bakhita
St. Zita, the Little Cook and patron of lost keys
(Shortcake put her costume together completely by herself including the keys in her pocket and even dressed her favorite doll as one of the kitchen angels who made bread for St. Zita while she was at Mass.)
St. Martin of Tours
(with a cloak that really can be torn in two!)
Those are some mighty fine-looking saints! I know you are proud of them. Good job, mama!ReplyDelete
Wonderful costumes! It is so much fun to see what others come up with ... We had a St. Elizabeth of Hungary, St. Margaret Mary and St. Therese of the Child Jesus.ReplyDelete
Happy All Saints Day! May all of our costumed saints bring glory to God!
Great costumes! Happy All Saints' Day!ReplyDelete
They ALL look SO CUTE!!! I love the costumes!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! I love them all!!! My guy was St Matin of Tours last year with a cape that could be ripped in half too! Very clever to all!ReplyDelete
Cute costumes. You did such a good job!ReplyDelete
Such cute kiddos - that St. Josephine headwear is so authentic looking!ReplyDelete
So unique and creative. I hope my kids decide on a Saint next time.ReplyDelete
Love the headgear.ReplyDelete
All the costumes are great, of course. I really love ones that kids do all by themselves.
Lovely!!! It is so nice to see the kids getting into the saints.ReplyDelete
Hey love the costumes...can you post about st. Josephine medallion..some close up pictures? Thanks for all the great ideas.ReplyDelete