I’m double-posting from over at the Virtual St. Joseph Altar blog:
Cut, color, and create your own mini St. Joseph’s Altar. This fun family craft will help you and your little ones learn about the lovely St. Joseph Altar tradition. Complete instructions included on the pdf download. Send me a photo of your 3d Altar and I will post it right here on the Virtual St. Joseph Altar blog.
This craft has been used by PSR classes, homeschool co-ops, and individual families wanting to teach children about this beautiful tradition.
Don’t let the title fool you — this is a really fun craft to get little ones involved in a Novena to St. Joseph. Lacy at Catholic Icing has posted a great kids’ prayer craft, complete with lilies for St. Joseph, for the upcoming feast day.
Keep in mind: If you are planning a novena to end on the March 19th Feast Day, you’ll need to start on March 11.