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King's Crown

By stephane • Coloring pages • Sunday 03/01/2010 • 0 comments

Today Christians celebrate the Epiphany (usually on January 6th, but moved to the 2nd Sunday after Christmas in many parts of the world): the Magi (also known as the Three Wise Men, the Three Kings, of the Three Kings of the East) are visiting the child Jesus. In some countries (e.g. France, Belgium, Switzerland), people eat a King Cake which contains a small trinket. Whoever finds the trinket in his piece of cake (usually a galette with almond paste) becomes king for the day. Here is a king crown for the lucky king or queen, with lillies and precious stones. All you need to do is to color it in gold or silver, and to turn the stones in diamonds, green emeralds, blue sapphires and red rubies. To get a complete crown, you will need to print it multiple times, cut the pieces and tape them together.

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King Crown

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