I was astounded to see yesterday that I now have 100 followers! Welcome to Loretta and Sherry who joined my little blog this week. And to celebrate I thought you might like this papercraft nativity set from the Christmas 1964 issue of Woman and Home magazine. You may have noticed I have rather a lot of old magazines and W&H is one of my favourites.
I love the simple style of these figures and really hope you will want to make one for your Christmas celebrations this year. I've scanned these pages but as I only have an ancient A4 size scanner I've had to piece the pages together a bit - the magazine was wider than the scanner. But you shouldn't have any problems as long as you make sure you don't tick the 'fit to page' box and just print as is. Here are the instructions.
To download these pages to your computer, right click the image, open in a new window and save to your hard drive somewhere you can find it easily. Its just the sort of thing I loved when I was a child and I would have been pleading with my Mum to hurry up and finish reading her magazine so that I could start cutting out!