Origami Nativity Scene by Several artists.
Angel and the Shepherd by Max Hulme
Baby Jesus by Chiyo Araki
Manger by Sam Ralston and @origamikids. Design inspired in the manger of Max Hulme
Folder and Photographer: @OrigamiKids
Difficulty level: Intermedediate.
Origami can be used to create shapes representing almost anything imaginable. By folding models of Peter, Mary, the Baby Jesus, sheep and other figures traditionally included in depictions of the nativity, you can make your own origami crèche, or nativity scene. Each model requires only a few simple folds, some with multiple pieces of paper that you must slide together to form a larger object.
How to fold the Origami Nativity Scene
A nativity scene or crèche , also known as a manger scene, or crib. It is the special exhibition, especially during the Christmas season, art objects representing the scene of Jesus’ birth while the term “crib” can be used in any common subject representation of the Nativity of Jesus in art, has a more specialized in reference to seasonal displays sense, either using model figures in an environment or acts called “living nativity scenes” in which real humans and animals involved. Nativity Scenes figures show that represent the baby Jesus, his mother Mary, and Joseph. Other characters in the story of the Nativity, as shepherds and sheep, and angels can appear near the manger in a stable (or cave) intended to accommodate farm animals, as described in the gospels of Luke.
Originally posted 2014-11-29 13:45:13.
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