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Christmas Story Ornaments
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#3: The Birth of Christ
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You will need to print up
a set of our Christmas
Story printable verses.  
One set will be enough
for all of the different
ornaments.
Part 3 of our Christmas Story
Ornaments covers the birth of Christ in
a manger.  Children make these adorable
mangers with soft hay for the baby Jesus.
Step 1
Cut your brown felt into two triangle
shapes. Glue your Popsicle stick to
one piece as shown.
Step 2
Glue your second Popsicle stick over
the top as shown.
Step 3
Turn it over.
Step 4
Glue your second piece of brown felt
on the back to make a pocket.
Step 5
This is what it will look like when you
stand it up.
Step 6
Take a handful of raffia and glue to
the inside of the pocket.
All Done!
Glue your Christmas verse to the
front of the manger and hang on
your tree or wreath.
Materials
  • 2 Jumbo Popsicle Sticks
  • Brown Felt
  • Pink Felt (Optional)
  • Raffia
  • Glue
Step 7
If you're going to hang you ornament
on a tree, use some of the raffia to
make a small loop.
Step 8
Tuck the loop into the center of the
pocket.
Step 9
Glue down the loop ( I used a glue
gun to keep it secure, but Elmer's will
work if you pinch it firmly.)
Step 10
If you like you can cut a small hand
from pink felt, and glue to the inside of
the pocket.
330700X: In A Manger Matching Game In A Manger Matching Game
By Alphabet Alley

This traditional memory game uses the Christmas story to help develop a child's concentration and memory skills. Each tile features a character, animal, or place. Tiles are 2" x 2", just right for small fingers. Set of 24 colorful tiles. Ages 3 and up.