If anyone knows my boys, they know that every day during Lent, they were doing stations. They would come up to me and say, "Mommy, stations are starting at 9:40 if you would like to join." It was my greatest delight then, when I discovered that the religious store at our parish had a discounted price on homemade stations of the cross! I, of course, rushed in to buy a set for our house and I couldn't wait for the boys to see them when they were completed. My middle child, Nito, was very excited to hang them with me in our atrium. I had to get a little creative in where to place all 14 stations, but in the end I think it worked out. Now, I just need to control my persistent urge to reorganize or otherwise the flow will be off!
Here is a closer look at the first few stations.
This wall has the first 6 stations. It looks a little cluttered here, but in person they actually look quite beautiful. Hey, the real purpose is for the children to meditate on Jesus' passion, so it doesn't really matter that much. I'm sure if you look closely, they aren't equidistant apart anyway! I had to let that one go. I believe the baby was eating a rock that she ripped off the Good Shepherd sheep fold so I was a little rushed to say the least. Glue from a hot glue gun digests right?! Ha
Here are the 8th and 9th stations. This is an example of how I placed them around existing shelves.
These ended up being in sort of an odd place. I may end up moving that table somewhere else so that the boys can access the stations easier. T-man struggles to see then since he isn't very tall yet.
Ok this picture didn't come out the greatest with the glare, but the 13th and 14th stations are above the altar.
I hope that everyone had a fruitful Lent and is having a blessed Easter!!