Thursday, December 20, 2018

How To Cut Christmas Nativity Snowflakes

Today I'm sharing the final snowflake craft of the year!  I'm taking a short break over Christmas and thought I'd leave you with one final snowflake design.  These nativity snowflakes are really simple and pretty.  They're a great way to celebrate the season.

How To Cut Nativity Snowflakes

Nativity Snowflakes- A sweet craft for Christmas

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Inspiration

My friend Tracy from She Loves Science told me that her daughter cut out some Nativity snowflakes and gave them to her teacher.  I was enthralled with the idea and figured I'd try it out too.  Here's my version!

How To Cut Nativity Snowflakes:


1.  Fold your paper so that it's ready to cut snowflakes.  (I used a piece of origami paper, but you can also follow steps 1-5 from this Lego Snowflake tutorial to see how to cut and fold a piece of rectangular paper!)

2.  Draw your design.
(The important parts to leave attached are the bottom left corner of the stable, the star, the bar inside little stable, and the manger.  My finger is in the center of the paper.)

Nativity Snowflakes- A sweet craft for Christmas

3. Cut out your design.

Nativity Snowflakes- A sweet craft for Christmas

4.  Unfold!

Nativity Snowflakes- A sweet craft for Christmas

I hope you enjoy this craft.  If you're looking for more Nativity themed crafts, check out the links below!

More Easy Christmas Nativity-themed Kids crafts!

And happy, happy holidays!


Nativity Snowflakes- A sweet craft for Christmas

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