St. Nicholas

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 Dress St. Nicholas


Make a simple St. Nicholas! The cutting is a little fiddly, so this really isn't for young children.

Materials & Equipment

 • Print PDF pattern for each person
 • Markers, crayons or colored pencils
 • Scissors
 • Glue stick or roll-on dry adhesive


 • Color pattern pieces as desired
 • Cut pieces out (it may be easier to cut through the hair to cut out face space, as it doesn't matter when the piece is glued down)
 • Glue pieces onto body: cloak first, beard next, then miter
 • Draw eyes and nose on face

From A Circle of Saints: Stories and Activities for Children Ages 4–8 by Anne Neuberger, © 2009, Twenty-third Publications, New London, Connecticut. Used by permission.

Stories and activities organized by season: Advent, Christmas and early winter; Ordinary Time and mid-winter; Lent, Easter, Pentecost and spring; Ordinary Time and summer; Ordinary Time and autumn. There are six saints for each season, each with a story and suggestions for activities, food, decorations and prayer.

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