LEARN TO MAKE PRETTY NATIVITY BOX CARDS ON YOUR CRICUT CUTTING MACHINE
This past summer, my family and I were at our cabin over the week of Fourth of July. One day, the town had a little market set up with craft booths along with a food trucks and bouncy houses.
One booth was all wood carvings. Beautiful pieces ranging from little trinkets to large wall art.
Well, at this booth was a gorgeous Nativity scene built with different styles of wood. The vendor had it displayed as a remote holder, oddly enough, but I thought I could come up with a beautiful card design from what I had seen.
Out of that inspiration came this Nativity Box Card. Much less intricate in design than the wood carving but still beautiful in it’s simplicity.
In this tutorial, I’ll give you my step by step instructions and tell you what materials I think work best when making this project.
You can download the SVG file for this project at the bottom of this post.
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NATIVITY BOX CARD – MATERIALS LIST
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