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  • 1. Create a Christmas Card with “Be the Artist: Jesus Is Born” You will need: • A printout of “Be the Artist: Jesus Is Born” • Flat surface with good lighting • Plain white paper (such as used for photocopying or printouts, approxi- mately 70 grams) • Sharp pencil • Eraser • Colored pencils or marker • Cardstock (white or colored) • Scissors • GlueOptional items you can use:• Ribbons• Glitter• Glitter glue• Decorative edge scissors
  • 2. Decide what size card you’d1 like to make. Choose the Christmas characters and sym-2 bols you would like to feature on the front of your card. For example, maybe you’d like to picture Baby Jesus and the animals in the stable. Or perhaps you would like to have Baby Jesus with Mary and Joseph with a few animals, or maybe just Baby Jesus and a star. There are a variety of ways you can design your card using “Be the Artist: Jesus Is Born.” See “Jesus Is Born” if you’d like to recreate some of the settings featured in the story. Place a piece3 of regular paper over the top of the characters and symbols you wish to create, and trace these onto the paper, matching up the heads and bodies, along with the back- ground pieces. You can try prac- ticing on a piece of scrap paper first, experiment- ing until you get what you want. Now take a clean piece of paper and trace your final picture.
  • 3. Color the picture.4 Cut your cardstock to size, and then cut out5 the picture and glue it onto the cardstock to make your card. Alternative: Fold a piece of regular A4 paper into an A6 booklet. Unfold, and then trace/draw your picture on the outer side of the bottom right, which will be the front of your card when folded.
  • 4. Optional: You can use decorative edge scissors to give a patterned edge to your picture before gluing it on the card- stock. After you have glued your picture to the card, decorate your card with glitter and ribbons.6 If you’d like, you can trace and color a symbol to put on the inside of the card.7 Add a greeting to the card, and you are ready to share more Christmas cheer with others! Concept and instructions by Didier Martin. Design by Christia Copeland. Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2011 by The Family International
  • 5. MerryChristmas 2011