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d is for the blood He gave. Green is for the grass He made. Yellow is for the sun so bright. Orange is for the edge of night. Black is for the sins we made. White is for the grace He gave. Purple is for His hour of sorrow. Pink is for a new tomorrow. And handful of jelly beans, Colorful and sweet, Is a prayer, a promise, A loved one’s treat! Happy Resurrection Sunday!

The Jelly Bean Prayer- excellent to share with CAs/GAs/RAs. This could be made into a take home to share with family and friends.

Jelly Bean Prayer-- I think I'm going to do this with my Sunday School babies Easter Sunday!!

Jelly Bean Door Decor This cute door hanger is a fun Easter craft kids can make with a little supervision. Paint a paper-mache letter (available at crafts stores) using acrylic paint. Match the paint to the color of the jelly beans. Let the paint dry. Hot-glue the jelly beans to the front of the letter. Let dry. Hot-glue a ribbon to the back for a hanging loop.

What a great way to guide our children's eyes to Christ while partaking in the fun activities we all enjoyed as kids ourselves!

This closet is gorgeous. I think I am in love with the green, and with the polka-dots.

we can make a teach me to pray mobile. since it will 4th of July soon (we can make red stars and blue ribbon) we can put words: praise God,confess your sins, thank God, pray for others, closing in order going down. Kids can hang them in their room. Put prayer on the back side of a big star.

Prayer Pail...great idea for prayer intentions or to pray specific prayers. Sticks could include basic Catholic prayers as an alternate idea.

Prayer Crafts for Kids (I like the rocks) Kingdom Rock day 3: Prayer pail