When I was little, I was really intrigued by nativity sets. Because of that I often made my own set!
I thought it would be fun to craft my own set. And why not share it? You can do this yourself or let your kids (5+) get crafty.
All you have to do is download the PDF below, print it on paper and get cutting and glueing!
I created this set back in 2012 and it has been downloaded over 65.000(!) times all over the world. It has been featured on many blogs, for which I’m grateful. If you want to feature this set on your website, blog or in a magazine, please read the FAQ below.
– Download the PDF on Box.net or on Scribd (alternative link).
– Print the 2 pages on thick paper or thin cardboard. Set your print quality to high, for better details.
– Cut out the figures.
– Glue them and you’re ready!
Like the set and want to donate?
I would be grateful! You can do so by clicking the button below. It will take you to Paypal.
Do I have to pay for your nativity set?
No, it’s free. If you do feel that it’s worth a small donation, I would be very grateful! A lot of hard work has gone into this. You can find the donation button above.
I’m a teacher. Can I use this nativity set in my class room?
Yes, you can! If you want to use this set to print out for children in the class room, you absolutely can.
I want to sell prints of your nativity set. Is that okay?
No, absolutely not. I give this set away for free (even though it has cost me weeks of work) so it’s not okay for you to sell them. You also can not make a copy of it and sell the PDF on Etsy or the likes.
I want to blog/write/publish about your nativity set. How do I do that?
I would love it if you write about it! What I ask in return is credit. So please mention my name (Marloes De Vries) and my website (www.marloesdevries.com). If you need more information or have any questions, you can contact me. I will give you all the information you need!
You can download a high-resolution image of the nativity set here.
It’s not allowed to claim these designs as your own.