St. Albert, whose feast day is November 15th (New/Traditional), is the patron saint of scientists. He is often shown with a sun, earth, and moon. These are meant to symbolizing his theological wisdom and knowledge of nature. Read more about him HERE.
To create this ornament for him you will need:
- black felt
- light blue felt
- yellow felt
- gray felt
- silver glitter glue
- gold glitter glue (optional)
- green permanent sharpie marker
- scissors (these kind work well)
- glue (hot glue, felt glue, or tacky glue – like this or this)
- thread and needle for the looped hanger
Cut out the sun, moon and earth shapes. use a green marker to make the land on the earth. Glue them onto a black background and cut out around them to remove the extra background. Add gold glitter glue to the sun, if desired.
Add silver glitter glue to the black area to make it look more like space.
After it drys, add a threaded-looped hanger to the top so it can be hung up.
St. Albert, Pray for us!
May God bless you with joy!
~Jennifer and Elizabeth
Follow Catholic Inspired:
Feedburner, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest
Become a Subscribed-Member:
(Gain access to more ideas and downloads – It\’s FREE!)