Saint Lucy

Feast Day: December 13
Patron Saint of: Martyrs, the blind, epidemics, writers

Lucy is a name that comes from the Latin word for “light.” Lucia is an Italian saint from the ancient city of Syracuse known for her bravery in defending her faith at a young age. She is celebrated throughout the world on one of the darkest and coldest days of the year, as a symbol that Christ can light up even the darkest places.

Saint Lucy Crown

Foam Clay
Wreath Form (I got mine from the dollar store)
Hot Glue
Hot Glue Gun
Yellow Paint
White Spray Paint

Santa Lucia Buns

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