3 Kings Epiphany Crafts For Kids

Making sure that you celebrate all 12 days of Christmas is a great way to live the liturgical year with your kids! The last day of the 12 days of Christmas is the Epiphany, and this is a super fun day to celebrate with your kids! Since this is the day that the 3 kings arrived to see baby Jesus, a 3 kings Epiphany craft is a perfect way to celebrate! You can also check out all of my resources for celebrating the Epiphany with kids here

Three Kings Epiphany Crafts

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Make 3 yarn doll kings– fun, affordable, and easy!

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Four dolls made of yarn three of the three kings and one of Mary

Printable 3 Kings ornament craft– they spin and change!

3 kings printable craft

You can print and color these kings from my free printable nativity set.
They print both in color and in black outline!
Three Kings Standees
You can also easily make a some 3 kings peg dolls using my
printable peg doll wraps in my peg doll nativity. These are beautiful
and your family will love them year after year!
Three Kings Peg Dolls
You can find even more 3 Kings day crafts here! There’s so much cute stuff out there!
Be sure to check out all of my posts about celebrating the Epiphany with your Catholic family. That post includes Epiphany traditions such as chalking your door, and has recipes such as King Cake, Epiphany egg nog, 3 King cookies, and more!
Celebrating the Epiphany for Catholic Families