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Kids Craft: 3 Kings Day Craft

| December 26, 2012 | 4 Comments

Celebrating Epiphany with some 3 Kings Crown and Dress up! via

TP Roll Crowns


Christmas Craft Craft ideasI do hope you have had a wonderful Christmas Day!!

I am briefly back to share some “crafts from the past”, with two little crafts to help celebrate 3 Kings Day, as well as provide the weekly Kids Craft party for you!!!

! We do love to celebrate 3 Kings Day and do so with a simple cake (similar to the Hot Cross Bun dough), that contains a little hidden “3 Kings Day Figurine” (all the way from Spain). We also like to get crafty and discuss what 3 King’s Day is all about.

So if you fancy making some TP Roll Crowns for your 3 Kings, do click through, they are so simple to make and would make a perfect craft for Epiphany!

Last year Pip Squeak found the King and was “crowned King for the day”:


We still have our loo roll crowns and a ready to use them again.

Alternatively, take a look at what we did the year before –  we made a King’s costumes “upcycling” some our Christmas Wrapping Paper:


Simple 3 King’s Day Costume

I am not sure yet what we will make THIS year for 3 Kings Day.. but I still have 11 days to think about it!!

Christmas Card CraftsJoin the Kids Get Crafty linky party! Disclaimer: by joining the Kids Get Crafty linky – you give us permission to highlight any projects on Red Ted Art and Creative with Kids or share your craft ideas on Pintrest – I will always link to your site!

If you have been crafty with your kid’s be it at home, in the kitchen or outdoors, please link up!

Have you got Things To Make for Epiphany? Would love to see your3 Kings Day crafts!


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  1. Isil says:

    Aw, the crowns look very pretty :)

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Thank you! They are one of our favourite loo roll crafts!

  3. Rebecca says:

    We don’t celebrate 3 kings day so it’s really interesting to see wha happens.

    Thanks for linking to The Sunday Showcase

  4. Esmeralda Valague says:

    What a great idea, so many young people today are unfamilar with the story of 3 Kings Day, this is a great way to get them to learn and carry the tradition on.

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