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:

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

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

    Mum

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

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

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  5. Totally downloaded! Thanks for sharing.

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

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

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

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

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  10. 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

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

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  12. I just printed these to color myself. How fun

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  13. This little nativity is so sweet! Thanks for sharing!

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

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

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

    thought of you immediately.

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

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  18. You're welcome.

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

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

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  20. This would also look great in felt.

    Thank you!

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

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  22. 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. ♥

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

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  24. That's hilarious! And adorable!

    tictaczo.blogspot.com

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

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  26. 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

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

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  28. gorgeous!
    thanx a bunch for sharing!

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

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

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