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Dec 7, 2011 — A Christmas Miracle revisited!

Remember my post from last March about my search for “Santa’s Christmas Village”?

Well, after all these months I finally have the scans ready for you to download. It took a lot of work because the original book was quite large, so I had to slice up every scan and do a lot of rearranging to make them all fit on 8.5 x 11 paper. Sorry, non-USA friends, I don’t have it in me to optimize for A4 paper, but each image is no larger than 7.5 x 10 (I allowed for a half-inch of margin on each side) so if you print at something like 95% I think it will work. Test first on one of the larger images and make sure nothing gets cut off.

Ok! Here ya go! Print, cut, assemble, enjoy!


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9 Responses to “Dec 7, 2011 — A Christmas Miracle revisited!”

  1. knitxcore

    who’s super excited? this guy!

  2. kara

    Yay! Happy papercrafting! Send me a photo of your own village!

  3. Susan

    Thank you so much for sharing. Please add my e-mail addess to get your blog. Thank you. Susan

  4. kara

    Hi Susan,

    Not sure what you mean… I don’t email anyone who comments unless they have a specific question or something.

    Merry Christmas!

  5. Megan Hollis

    Thank you so much for posting this–it’s beautiful! My daughter, mother and I will be making this soon.

  6. Michelle

    found you through homeschool freebie – I am almost certain I had this as a little girl too – it makes me feel nostalgic somehow. Thanks for finding and sharing. :)

  7. Tracy

    Also found this at Homeschool Freebie. Can’t wait to do this with my girls! I had this as a child and loved playing with it. Thank you so much for your perseverance & hard work. =D

  8. Kiersten

    Thank you so very much!!! I am thrilled to find this village. Loved it as a child.

  9. Rob

    Had this village as a kid and was super happy to find your files. Had them printed on photo paper and they came out great. Thanks so much for sharing!

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