3 Kings Ornament Craft For the Epiphany

Happy Epiphany! Although the feast of the Epiphany moves to the closest Sunday in the US, we usually celebrate at home on January 6. Here’s a fun craft we’re doing this year with the 3 kings.

3 kings printable craft

The really cool thing about this craft is that the 3 triangles spin so you can mix and match the king’s clothes.

3 kings spinning ornament craft printable

This is a printable craft, part of the Advent Saints pack.

3 kings printable ornament

This craft can print already in color, or in black and white so you can color it yourself. Color, cut it out, and fold on the lines. Then punch holes where the circles are.

magi prism ornament printable

Full directions are available in the download, but it basically just folds up and tapes together.

prism 3 kings ornament

I strung these all together by making a big “needle” “from a pipe cleaner, and stringing it through the middle holes.

string with a pipe cleaner needle

Tie beads at the bottom and the top to hold the pieces in place.

assembling king ornament

This could be a fun addition to your 12 days of Christmas celebrations! 🙂 Get the download here.

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  1. Hi Lacy!

    We just made this 3 Kings ornament for our Epiphany festivities 🙂 Thank you!

    http://www.asliceofsmithlife.com/2015/01/2015-epiphany-season-for-our-house.html

  2. Having trouble printing the 3 kings spinner craft.

    • Hi Jill –

      I wasn’t sure if you were having trouble printing it after downloading the set that it’s included in or if you meant that you were trying to print it from somewhere here on this post. I looked up your email address and I don’t see a purchase of the Advent ornaments set that this is part of (unless you used a different email address for it).

      This ornament can’t be printed from this page, since it’s part of this set:
      http://www.catholicicing.com/advent-saints-craft-printable-ornaments-for-catholic-kids/

      If you would like it, be sure to check out that page. Thanks!

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

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