Nativity Card

Updated: Nov 9

Welcome Digi Divas! Thank you for joining me today to card craft! I have a beautiful Nativity Card to show you. I created this Christmas card using my new Nativity Digi Set. As this year's Holiday Season approaches, I wanted to create a "reason for the season" card. I invite you to come along as I walk you through this special creation. Here we go!

Suggested Card Size: 5"x7"


4020J- Nativity Digital Stamp Set B000, B01, B02 - Jesus

Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock B000, B01 - Neckline

DCWV®-Luna Pad B21, B23, B24 - Mary Robe

Black Solid Core B91 - Sky/Shadow

Paper Studio® -Away in a Manger(1-1/2"x5"Scrap) E40, E42, E43 - Outer Wings

Metal Herdsmen Die set - Amazon® E50, E51, E53 - Skin

Manger #2 Die - etsy ® E81, E84, E87 - Joseph Robe

Elizabeth® Oval Nesting Dies N1, N3 - Mary

Memento®-Teal Zeal T1, T3, T5 - Angel Robe

VersaMagic®-Ocean Depth W00, W1, W3 - Under Wings

1" Round Punch Y000, Y02 - Halo

Gold Vellum (Scrap) Y21, Y26, E35, Brown MultiLiner-Straw

5-3/4"x12" White Cardstock(Base) Y21, E35, Brown MultiLiner - Hair

Foam® Tape YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97 - Joseph

Tear-ific® Tape

Dimensional® Glue

Start by sizing the images of the 4020J- Nativity Digital Stamp Set. Nativity Angel is

sized 3-1/4"x4-1/4" and centered on one half of the page. Add a sentiment centered under the image as shown.

Size the Angel image for later use on different card.

Color as desired, I used Copic® markers. The colors I used are listed above.

Cut a box around 3/4 of the sentiment as shown for out of box.

Position the Elizabeth® Oval Nesting Die under the sentiment and center around the image as shown.

(Optional - Secure with tape)

Run through the Big Shot®. Set to side.

Oooops! The next step I forgot to take a picture, but I think you will be able to follow.

The 5-3/4"x12" White, Cut a slit 1" from the right to the 7" mark about 1-1/2" in from the bottom as shown.

Score from the bottom to the slit at the 1", 2" and 7" marks. Score at the 6" mark from the top to the slit as shown. Fold at the scores.