Giveaway Wednesday is here. It. Is. Awesome!
If you haven’t already heard of Tiny Saints, let me be the first to introduce you. I heard about them after our teachers attended the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) conference and fell in love with the idea, and the product, about one milli-second later.
Joe, Tiny Saints founder, was gracious enough to send me some awesome samples to review and giveaway. I decided to put them through the ultimate test: John Paul. He’s the kid who’s clocked seven ER visits, single-handedly, and caused two more.
I knew if the saints could survive him, they were keepers.
I’ve also decided to order about 50 more St. Michael the Archangels and just wrap John Paul in them. Hey, sometimes a guardian angel needs an assist.
The thing I love most about these saints is the versatility. Let me count the ways! The rubber necklace that comes with the medal can be used as intended or wrapped around any number of things. I put our St. Michael on the van’s rear view mirror. Certainly, they can be used alone, clipped to a backpack, a pet’s collar, a key ring, a martini glass, an iPad zipper case. You know, anything.
Every year, we give the kids three gifts for Christmas and one is religious in nature. We’ve definitely found our winner. Shhh, don’t tell the kids.
Joe and his staff really captured the essence of every saint. They’ve made learning about them fun and educational. And, he has a ton of choices online. Word on the street is Pope Francis is coming soon.
They’re also well made. The rubber is genius and my kids are already fighting over which saint they get to keep. So far, no saint has been harmed in the process. Although, there’s still tomorrow.
Quit yapping, Kathryn, and tell us how to win one. Just click on the ‘ol Rafflecopter widget below, pick your poison and say a prayer to your favorite saint. Up for grabs is your choice of three saints: St. Benedict, St. Therese of Liseiux and St. Padre Pio. I won’t tell you which one I’m partial to…I know we all have our favorites.
*I received free tiny saints as part of this review, but y’all know me best. Opinions are 100% my own.