Star Crafts For Celebrating The Epiphany With Kids

This year (2011) the epiphany is being officially celebrated on January 2, but the traditional day for the epiphany (and the end of the 12 days of Christmas) happens on January 6, so you still have some time to celebrate the epiphany with your kids. Try celebrating with stars!

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These fun yarn wrapped star ornaments are a ton of fun!
Make these Crispy Cheese Stars with Family Fun
as a fun epiphany snack! (Here is another cheese star snack.)
Craft Stars from toilet paper tubes with Muffin Tin Mom.
Combine your crafting skills with a little science to Craft these Stars.
You could even give your daughter a cute Star Hairdo
with Princess Hair Styles. Isn’t this so cute?
Or you could try making these Northern Star Cupcakes.
If there’s one cookie cutter shape I’m willing to bet you all have,
it’s a star. So just take your star cookie cutter and go crazy on
whatever you’re eating. Like these Star Sandwiches from Ideals to Life.
Be sure to check out all of my posts about celebrating the Epiphany with your Catholic family here


  1. great ideas for celebrating the Epiphany with stars!! of course! why didn't I think of that.

  2. You really out did yourself with the numerous ideas for Three Kings Days!
    Thanks for the big selection!

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