Printable Color Your Own Saint Bookmarks for Kids and Adults Post Preview: Perfect for learning about saints, All Saints’ Day, using throughout the year, or just for fun – this set of color your own saint bookmarks features 48 designs with 24 different saints. There are also more links to printable color your own bookmarks for kids.
While every time of year is the perfect time for learning more about saints, All Saints’ Day is quickly approaching and that’s an extra awesome time to focus on the whole communion of saints! Don’t worry if you’re seeing this post long after All Saints’ Day as passed – this really is a fabulous project for all year round.
I have a lot of different color your own bookmark sets on the site. Just a few days ago, however, I thought, “Wait! What about a color your own set of saint bookmarks?” I knew that while it could be completed any time of year, people would love to have it before All Saints’ Day.
So, what started off as a project to make a set of four color your own Saints Bookmarks became a printable set filled with 48 Different Color Your Own Saint Bookmarks featuring 24 different saints!
Because it grew so large, I’ll tell you upfront that it’s a paid product. (Click here if you want to skip the whole post and just go get the whole download now.) However, I kept the cost at just a few dollars and I also have a free sample toward the end of the post that anyone can download.
Note: The link for the sample of the saint bookmarks is found farther down in the post (toward the bottom). You can also skip the whole post and go right to the full set right now, if you prefer.
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Printable Color Your Own Saint Bookmarks for Kids and Adults
This is such a fun set of color your own saint bookmarks for kids and adults. You could give kids a whole sheet so they have four bookmarks to color. Or, you can cut them out and set out a variety for students to choose one or two from, like at a class party.
We used our favorite Prismacolor markers for coloring the sample page.
Set of Printable Saint Bookmarks to Color
This contains 48 Saint-themed bookmarks for kids and adults. You will want to print these bookmarks on white cardstock so they can be easily colored. The cardstock will also help to make them sturdy for use as bookmarks. If you want, you could even laminate the finished bookmarks!
To help make these saint bookmarks perfect for a wide variety of ages, I have two different design types each featuring the same 24 saints. So, there are a total of 48 bookmarks in the set, but it’s possible that you will only use 24 of them if you use all of one design only.
I was afraid the stained glass background might add a difficult element for some younger children after I completed the project. So, to make it more accessible to even very young children, I made a second set that doesn’t have a stained glass background design. The different levels of difficulty included in one set means that this will be perfect for use in a setting that has a variety of ages, including adults!
Here is one page with a stained glass background design:
And here is the same bookmarks, but without a stained glass design:
Each bookmark has a saint to color, their name, and their feast day.
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Saints Included in the Saints Bookmarks Set
Saints Included in the Bookmark Designs:
- Our Lady of Fatima
- Saint Agatha
- Saint Agnes (here is a whole printables and activities packet for Saint Agnes)
- Saint Augustine (here is a whole printables and activities packet for Saint Augustine and Saint Monica)
- Saint Blaise
- Saint Elizabeth of Hungary (a whole packet on Saint Elizabeth of Hungary)
- Saint Francis of Assisi (a whole packet of Saint Francis of Assisi)
- Saint Francis Xavier
- Saint George (here’s a Saint George packet)
- Saint Joan of Arc
- Saint Juan Diego (here’s a whole packet on Saint Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe)
- Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
- Saint Mark
- Saint Nicholas
- Saint Patrick (a whole packet on Saint Patrick)
- Saint Peter (a whole packet on Saint Peter)
- Saint Regina
- Saint Seraphina
- Saint Teresa of Calcutta (here is a whole packet on Saint Teresa of Calcutta and a version where she is called Mother Teresa throughout)
- Saint Therese of Lisieux (here is a whole Saint Therese of Lisieux packet)
- Saint Ursula
- Saint Valentine (here is a whole Saint Valentine packet)
- Saint Wenceslaus
- Saint Zita
Related Reading: Litany of Saints Mini Book Printable
These printables are for personal or classroom use unless you purchase a larger usage license. They may not be used for commercial purposes. If you aren’t sure if your use of them is allowed, just contact me to find out.
You may not host these printables on your website or any website or file sharing service. They are exclusively for use by Real Life at Home.
You may not distribute them via email or other electronic means (unless you purchase the full set and then you may email them out to students or post them in a secure Google classroom during the pandemic if you are currently doing remote learning. You may not email out the sample bookmark. Please send parents to this page to get it themselves.).
You may not use these printables and claim them to be your own.
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