I'm imagining a series that is maybe too zany.
Starts with three topless ladies carrying their crossbeams. But the two in the back are actually carrying the same crossbeam, which is the stipe.
Those two are crucified back to back (maybe with an image of the second girl facing the sky being nailed while the first girl is pressed face-first against the ground by the cross) on the fully constructed cross. And the girl who carried the crossbeam gets nailed crux simplex below one of them. Maybe she's concerned that the girl directly above her no longer wears a loincloth- a functional opening of the floodgates.
I suppose that comprises four different shots? No worries if it's too out there!
Checking on female martyrs in November, apart from Catherine and Cecilia, I think you included them last year?
A couple were beheaded, but this one might be more interesting:
Nov. 13 Ennatha, martyred at Caesarea in Palestine under Galerius: she was burnt alive, her male companions beheaded.