Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors Edible Craft

Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors Edible Craft

This is an easy and fun craft that the kids (no matter what the age) will love doing!!

You need a box or two of the multi-colored  Fruit Roll-Ups and a knife.
A plastic disposable knife works just fine! (I used my ceramic one but then I am an adult
Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors Edible Craft
Give each person two roll-ups, one of each color set.

Unroll one roll-up… ( if it tears like mine did, just smash it back together, it is sticky so it doesn’t take much for it to stay together.)

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Take the plastic off the roll-up and place the sheet on a plate where the color lines are vertical. Where the two colors come together cut out a coat-like shape.

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Take the second roll-up and cut into strips of the two other colors and lay them vertically to add color to the coat.


My youngest enjoyed making his fruit roll-up coat!!


My teenage daughter had fun making her tiny coat! (I think she made a tiny one so she could eat the extras before she was done!)

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Even my oldest son made a coat with us. He then had to use it as a finger puppet!! Good way to tell the story of Joseph and the coat of many colors!!

I love doing silly little crafts with my kids while we sit around talking about the Bible story! Family fun and scripture, it just doesn’t get any better!!!


About Becky Husband

Becky is a Hebraic Christian homeschool mom blogger that lives on a small farm in Deep East Texas. When she isn't homeschooling her kids, she is busy documenting her family's life on her blog. In her blog, she writes about her faith, family, homeschooling, and homesteading. She also shares the family's abundance of hobbies such as geocaching, hiking, biking, birding, nature photography, and most recently her art! She is always eager to answer any questions others may have so feel free to leave comments and inquiries!

Posted on December 11, 2014, in Crafts, Faith, In The Kitchen, Torah Portions and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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