Recently canalized John Paul II celebrates his feast day on Oct. 22. Read about him HERE.
To make this ornament you will need:
  • white felt
  • light blue felt
  • yellow felt
  • peach felt
  • brown permanent sharpie marker
  • yellow permanent sharpie marker
  • scissors (these kind work well)
  • glue (hot glue, felt glue,  or tacky glue – like this or this)
  • needle and thread for the looped hanger
Cut out the parts as pictured above. Use a brown sharpie marker to add the buttons to the cassock.

Glue down the bottom-buttoned part of the cassock onto the blue background.

Add the upper part with the split in the middle.

Now glue down the head.

Add the little zucchetto.

Next, add the yellow cross using the two yellow parts.

Using brown and yellow markers draw on the \”chain\”. Use only a very light dots of brown and wait for it to dry before adding the yellow.
Add a threaded loop to the top to hang it up.
St. John Paul II, pray for us.
~Jennifer and Elizabeth

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  1. Perfect! Love it…did not know our St JPII's feast day was Wed!! How did I not know at? I would have assumed it was in april when he died and was canonized.Thanks for the great tips. I may tackle this on Wed along with maybe those polish cakes for his feast day: I juct clicked over to this post and added in your JPI lit orn. Your orn are so clever! Thanks so much for sharing all the steps! Have A great weekend, jen

  2. You are brilliant and so faith filled creative! I just found your beautiful Catholic ornaments on pinterest. At first I thought you were selling the ornaments but to my delight I found your wonderful instructions on how to make each sweet ornament! Thank you so much for creating and sharing. I am going to have my first grade class make these ornaments with each lesson and have a faith tree in our room. I am over the moon excited! They are going to love making these Catholic ornaments.

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