Daily Archives: 19 December 2011
Today is the 16th posting of Nativity A Day and after a couple busy days this weekend of not being able to post it, I’m back on track!! I’m really proud of this one and so happy with how it turned out.
Today’s Nativity A Day is a mini-book called Nativity, What Do You See? and it’s based on the Brown Bear, Brown Bear concept. I recommend printing the cover on card stock and the pages on paper. The pages of can be printed front and back to save on paper, or printed off separately by the sheet. The cover is slightly larger than the pages, so they should tuck in nicely and then be stapled close to the fold to hold them in.
NOTE: I just printed the book out and I should have been more specific in the directions. The back of each page should be printed upside down so that when it’s lifted to be read, it’s facing down and goes into the next page. I know this doesn’t make much sense because I’m not good at describing, but take my word!! So, if you print all the top pages, then flip them over upside down and print the backs. Or, if your printer is like mine and does front/back printing, have it flip in the short edge instead of the long edge. Hope this helps!!
Nativity graphics © DigiDoodleDoo with permission.
Here’s a thumbnail view of some of the mini-book pages…..
UPDATE: Being a mom of 1, I know that printing the other book is quite a bit of extra paper and ink. So, I created another book, just for ONE!! It’s identical to the other book, but just one book prints out per page, instead of two. Be sure to read above about printing front and back so that when the pages are turned up, they can read without having flip the book over. I have printed this out and it works great!! You can find the new Nativity, What Do You See? mini-book for one here.
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