here. I used the adorable images from Happy Saints laminated and hot glued onto small craft sticks as toppers. Of course you don't have to laminate and hot glue, I just wanted people to be able to take them home and keep them if they wanted to. Unlaminated and taped will work just fine. The college students I was cooking for last year loved the cupcakes and the toppers; some of the toppers are still displayed around the church lobby door!
Happy Saints for this. You can find the instructions for making this game here.
Catholic Inspired has made a free printable version of this project as well. For the printable version click here. To see how I made mine, click here.
Perhaps you're having a party with different activities and snacks themed after specific saints. I have some fun ideas that could work for that too! Click on the name of the recipe/project to get the instructions.
Edible St. Agnes Lambs
St. John the Baptist's Locusts and Honey on a Log
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Caramel Corn (would also work for any saint who was a Carmelite)
Also good to represent Carmelite saints are these Salted Cashew Caramels (these are easily made into plain caramels by leaving out the nuts and salt)
Angel Food Cupcakes with Blackberries represent St. Micheal the Archangel and/or the other archangels St. Raphael and St. Gabriel
St. Francis of Assisi Pine Cone Birdfeeders
St. Anthony's Lost and Found Fish Cupcakes have a lost gummy fish on the inside that needs to be found! Give everybody a surprise inside, or only put a gummy fish inside one and whoever finds it gets a special prize!
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