St. Mary Magdalene\’s feast day is July 22 (New and Traditional calendars) The story from John 12:1-8 tells us how Mary Magdalene anointed the feet of Jesus with expensive perfume. So for her liturgical ornament Elizabeth and I decided to make a perfume bottle (an older style).
We used light blue felt, and a light blue permanent marker. We folded a 2×3 inch rectangular piece of light blue felt in half and cut half a perfume bottle shape from it so that it could be opened into a full bottle. Then we added a light blue marker outline and glass-glare. The shaded-outline really makes it \”pop\”! A silver threaded loop was added to hang it on our Liturgical Tree. 
If you missed the first posts about our ornament crafts –CLICK HERE 
St. Mary Magdalene, pray for us!
God bless.

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