You can choose to do all three Holy Family Hearts or Have ask your child which one he/she wants to devote this Rosary Holder to.
1) Red Felt .45 cents
2) Orange Felt .45 cents
3) black Felt .45 cents
4) White Felt .45 cents
5) Green Felt .45 cents
6) Yellow Felt .45 cents
7) Ready Made wooden stand .99 Cents
8) Tacky Glue $1.09
total Cost before 20% off coupon with lots of material to spare:
$4.78 per Holy Family Hearts Rosary Holder
not including taxes
All purchased from Michael’s Craft Store with a 20% off Coupon. See their website for their latest coupons.
item prices may vary state by state
entire project took me about 45 mins. If you’d like for it to be fast for you and your child you can precut the pieces.
1) Lay out the Material
2) Decide the size of your Hearts & cut them out
3) Lay then across your board to make sure they all fit:
yay, they fit!!
4) Start cutting the Flames
they don’t have to be perfect. I say, make it spikey!
5) Cut the other Flame Color. make sure they’re uneven so you can see both colors for dimension.
7) Place both flames together & see if you like it.
I made Jesus’s Heart with the most flames. Marys flames are softer because she’s a mom. St. Joseph’s flames are a large pointed one because his mission was very pointed.
8) St. Joseph’s Heart
he has Lilies on it. I made less Lily’s because they weren’t easy for me 😊
9) Jesus’s Sacred Heart
I snipped the cross out of the black felt. I then thinly sliced up some skinny pieces for the Thorny vine that pierced his heart
10) Mother Marys Heart
Was still Easy but a little more tedious because of the white roses. I made the roses by cutting strips with one scalloped side & rolled them into roses. It’s easier than it sounds. Scallops do not have to be perfect. Once I was finished rolling the roses I used the tacky glue to close them.
see the perfect little Rolled Rose?
then I made the thorny vine. Which was the same way I made Jesus’s thorny vine just longer.
Glue all hearts to the Rosary Board & let it dry. once dry, stick the tiny stick it came with to prop up the board & let your kid place this on their night stand for their bedtime prayers