Monday, November 29, 2010

Now you too can trace your Nativity!

Oooooo Baby, I'm feeling technological today! Today marks the second time I've used a scanner in my life. AND I even took it a step further... Scary right? I turned Word Documents into PDFs realized that PDFs aren't an acceptable file in Blogger, and saved it the smart way without any help from my husband. Save your applause (or don't...it's really up to you). 


You want proof that I've advanced in the computer world? Well, here you go; the unveiled masterpieces for your tracing and painting pleasure....





Directions
1. Right Click - Copy
2. Paste into Microsoft Word
3. Change the Margins to as small as they go
4. Enlarge the picture as large as it will go
5. Print and trace :)


My husband's boss was asking me about uploading the Nativity JPGs this morning, and I figured, you gotta please the boss, so M, these are for you! I hope you consider this during our next campaign check in meeting...or not...

19 comments:

hoopesfam4 said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!! These are just what I was looking for.

Anonymous said...

Me too! I made it today and I'll link to your site!

Amy said...

Thanks so much! These are beautiful!

Susan said...

Thank you so much I have been looking for "nice" nativity scene images - these are perfect!

Mynnette said...

Oh, thank you so very much!!! These are wonderful--and they are PERFECT for the decor piece I'm making! :) Thanks again!!!

Reagray said...

Thanks so much for the pictures! Love your creations! Merry Christmas!

Susan Elaine Mew said...

These are almost the same images I used for some plates I recently painted. Only I had to hunt high and low for them! Here is an attempt at a link from pinterest of them...
http://pinterest.com/pin/28569778857287975/

racknana said...

Thank You for these Fantastic Designs. These will be great to be used with the young girls I teach at our church to make decorations.

Anonymous said...

Thank You!

Steven and Keeley said...

And the crowd goes wild!-insert crowd going wild noises- Like, many others have already stated, this is EXACTLY what I have been looking for. Thanks SOOO much and have a VERY Merry Christmas! P.S. You're AMAZING!

Christie said...

Seriously beautiful! Just what I was looking for! Thanks so much!! :)

Bonita said...

Just letting you know that I linked to this post on my page called Nativity Activities for Kids: http://www.zujava.com/nativity-activities-for-kids

Marilyn Holeman said...

I found a link to this site from Songbird's blog. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Mrs. S said...

Beautiful!!! Thank you so much for sharing these!

Monica Deike said...

I used your files and cut out the nativity with my cricut. I had been looking for the sillhouette for some time. Thank you for sharing.

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