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Color Your Own Fuzzy Nativity Scenes

Color Your Own Fuzzy Nativity Scenes is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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People who are interested in color your own fuzzy Nativity scenes will discover that this is one of many easy Christmas craft ideas that can be ideal ...read more

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People who are interested in color your own fuzzy Nativity scenes will discover that this is one of many easy Christmas craft ideas that can be ideal for young children and church groups. Nativity scenes focus on Biblical characters that are well known, such as the Wise Men, an angel, Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus. It is easy to identify central characters. As children can break out the markers or other coloring materials, they will learn more about the story of Christmas. Card stock. 12"

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48/5895

Product Specs

  • Unit of Measure: Per Dozen
  • Material: Cardstock
  • Age Recommendation: 3 & up

Ratings & Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really nice for little girls This is a nice product for little girls who like to color with markers. Very useful at Christmas time to explain the story of the birth of Jesus while they color. They like the black fuzzy outline. It helps conceal running over the margins.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product The fuzzy posters of the nativity scene will be the perfect gift for each of the children in our Primary (Sunday School) program. We plan to give the posters out the Sunday before Christmas so they will have something to color and keep them busy the few days before the holiday.
Date published: 2014-11-15
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Questions & Answers

Why are these called "fuzzy?" I was thinking maybe it was the material, but it says that they are on cardstock.

Asked by: Judi12
The black which outlines many of the figures or is the sky is a fuzzy black. It is helpful for kids staying between the lines.
Answered by: Staff1
Date published: 2017-03-15
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