12 Days of Christmas Crafts For Catholic Kids

Celebrating the 12 days of Christmas is a great way to keep the Christmas season going with Catholic kids when you’re living the liturgical year. One of our favorite ways to celebrate feast days is with crafts, so I thought I would round up some craft ideas for celebrating the 12 days of Christmas (also known as the 12 days of light). Did you know that the popular song “The 12 Days Of Christmas” has Catholic symbols that go with each item on the list? Be sure to see my post about the celebrating the 12 days of Christmas for Catholic kids to see what they all are. So here we go- check out these 12 days of Christmas crafts!

12 Days Of Christmas Crafts

Check out my new 12 days of Christmas printable ornament set! You can hang one each day, counting all the days of Christmas. What a fun way to count the days until the Epiphany! The pack also includes several other Catholic feast days that fall during the Christmas season. You can download your set here.

It includes 15 ornaments that can print as coloring pages, and also a full color version is included.



I have a page from Holidays In Handprints that features the 12 Days of Christmas and shows you how to make them all out of fingerprints. You can see it in the picture above. So fun for kids!

 
 
Eileen on Him made these milk jug lanterns to light each day during the 12 days of Christmas. You should definitely click over and see her whole set of these- very inspiring! 

Make all 12 days of Christmas out of origami! I mean… most of them are birds so it’s a great fit, right?

12 Days Of Christmas Christian Printables 

Check out this free printable page for the 12 days of Christmas from My Someday In May. So cute!
 
 
Mama’s Learning Corner has a very adorable set of the 12 Days Of Christmas coloring pages that I just love! 
 
 
Here is another set of the 12 days of Christmas coloring pages and this set it free! Yay for free! Check it out.
 
 
And here is a coloring page that has all 12 days of Christmas on the same page rather than 12 different pages.
 
 
 
You can find all of my resources for celebrating the 12 days of Christmas with kids here. Also, check out my post about celebrating the Epiphany with Catholic families! God bless! 

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