Print and build a nativity set | How About Orange

December 14, 2011

Print and build a nativity set

Marloes de Vries, a designer and illustrator from the Netherlands, has created a nativity set you can make from paper. Print out either the colored version or a line drawing that kids can color themselves. Then assemble the figures with a bit of glue. Get the PDFs here!

37 comments:

Sharon said...

What the what?! I'm making these right now.

Grandma G said...

Oh, for cute! Hmmm... Courtney loves to color, too.... :)

Mum

Elisa @ What the Vita said...

Love it, SO cute!! I think I'll make these.

hi-d said...

Love it! Dang...I need a new color cartridge in my printer. I better get one so I can make this. Thanks!

allie.duckienz said...

Totally downloaded! Thanks for sharing.

www.ideamoda.com said...

Lovely!Thanks for sharing!We'll make these now with my son! :)

VICKI IN AZ said...

i am going to make these today with my grandson!! thank you so much for posting them. ♥

Kara said...

WOW! Thanks so much for sharing this!!! :)

Amy said...

Oh, this saved me soooo much time for this Sunday's religious ed class. Thank you so much for sharing!

Melissa said...

Dunzo! Thanks for sharing! My daughter is going to freak out when she wakes up from her nap and sees these!

Here's mine: http://www.theboltons.com/2011/12/printable-nativity.html

Jessica Jones said...

They look great!

chiwei said...

Good thing I haven't made my almost daily trips to the print shop yet...
Thanks for sharing!

Natalie said...

I just printed these to color myself. How fun

Tris said...

love love love it!!

Rose said...

This little nativity is so sweet! Thanks for sharing!

shadin said...

oh very nice i i'll make this, another gift idea

Alexa said...

Very Dik Bruna.

Bobby said...

Lovely, very cute! We have a nativity up now but I might store this as an idea for next year

BellsInSpires said...

did you hear the new pantone color for 2012??
http://www.pantone.com/pages/pantone/index.aspx

thought of you immediately.

babybubblenyc said...

Really cute! Thanks so much for sharing. I've also shared it on my site!

Jessica Jones said...

You're welcome.

And Bells, I heard, and I'm delighted!

pak said...

You just saved my daughter's babysitting dilemma - a Christmas project to share without breaking the bank. Thank you!

Katie said...

Cool!

Ruth said...

This would also look great in felt.

Thank you!

Victoria said...

Perfect for whiling away the hours before Christmas and school is out. Thank you!

VICKI IN AZ said...

jessica ~ i just had to come back and and tell you how much fun i had with my 4 year old grandson making these!! he even cut them out. thank you again. ♥

Jessica Jones said...

Yay! That's great!

Anonymous said...

What, no Caganer?! ;)

Daleko, daleko na Istoku... said...

what a great idea! i'm making this with kids in my school tomorrow!

Zoey H said...

That's hilarious! And adorable!

tictaczo.blogspot.com

Angie Y said...

Love it:) I am printing these off for my grandchildren to make as we tell the Christmas Story on Christmas Day - Thanks!

Catie said...

Thanks for this! :)

Anonymous said...

These are really beautiful, unfortunately, i haven't been able to download them. Is there another link?

Or could any one mail it to me at

allen dot lkml at gmail dot com

Allen

Laurel said...

My 7 year old completed them totally by himself while my 5 year old needed a bit of help - fun project - thanks!

Ă…pent hus said...

gorgeous!
thanx a bunch for sharing!

S King said...

My 6 year old daughter had a lot of fun with these, thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing. I will do these with my grandchildren tomorrow night.

ShareThis