Listen to God's voice at the foot of the crucifix." ~St. Gaspar del Bufaro~

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Month of the Holy Rosary~A Centerpiece Project

How about a liturgical project for October?
Being the month dedicated to the Holy Rosary, we made this super easy centerpiece for our kitchen table.
Items needed:
White pumpkin
Liquid gold paint marker
Orange sharpie (or other colors of choice)
Glitter spray (opt.)
Easy Instructions:
Gently tape on a rosary to use as a guide for drawing on the beads.
We drew the decade markers first and filled in each set of 10 beads after that.
*The end result*
Another option is to spray the final product with gold glitter spray for a sparkling after effect...
Which one do you like better?
Hmmm, kind of a tough choice...
I do like the sparkles but I think I like the plain white best:)
The Rosary is a gospel prayer where Mary invites us to join her on a journey through the life, death, and the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.  As we gather with our family or friends to pray the rosary, the mysteries bring us to unite with Jesus through the heart of our Blessed Mother Mary.
Amen!
Have a blessed month:)

24 comments:

  1. darling project and great reminder (for october) to pray the rosary. i'll have to add this project to my other tiffany inspired crafts. my oct. wreath w/ rosary is hanging on the front door - inspired by you, of course!

    ALL FOR!!!

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    1. p.s. i like the plain white but i'm sure the glitter one looks stunning in the light. you really can't go wrong with either pumpkin. ;)

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  2. That is SO cool! Just showed the kids and that's what we will be doing this weekend. So, so, so cool!

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    1. Yours turned out beautifully, Patty!

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  3. Love it, what a great idea! I think I liked the sparkles, but both are really beautiful.

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    1. Thanks, Jen! We ended up with the sparkles and it does look nice with a tablecloth:)

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  4. That is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love that so much! You are very creative. Looks simple, easy and beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Ann-Marie! "Simple and Easy" are key for me:)

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  5. I love this!! Gorgeous. I like both, but the simple look of the not sparkly one appeals to me.

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    1. Thank you, Laurie...The plain white definitely looked better in photos:)

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  6. OOOoooo, I LOVE this!! Very cool, Tiffany! I like glitter, but I bet it makes the Rosary harder to see. Really, they both look great!! God Bless!

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    1. Thank you for sharing the idea over at Catholic Inspired, Jennifer:) Hope it inspires families to keep on prayin!

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  7. Oh, yeah!
    I can do that....thanks for the next fell project!
    I'm going sparkle free! With all the littles---we find everything is sparkly around here.
    Even their shoes leave sparkles behind on the pew at Mass because they can't touch the ground!!!

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    1. LOL, that's so funny, Kara! I know what you mean:) Enjoy sparkle free!

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  8. beautiful !! I think I like the plain white too.

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  9. So beautiful! I absolutely love your Catholic decorating!!!

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    1. Thank you, Lacy...So happy you stopped by:)

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  10. I'd love to do this...we'll see if it works into our schedule. I personally like it better without the sparkle, but either one is nice. What a great centerpiece to remind us to ask for Our Lady's intercession in all that we do.

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  11. That was great. What a lovely idea! Thank you so much for sharing!! Many Blessings to you!

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  12. Hi Tiffany,

    I tagged you on my blog, head on over to check it out!

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  13. Hello Tiffany!

    I am having an Autumn giveaway on my blog if you would like to enter. I will be posting a prize day till November 2. :)

    Grace

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