These moulds allow you to cast a 54mm scale baby Jesus and the manger or crib.
The story around the Nativity, in short, revolves around the Christian belief that Jesus was born under humble and dangerous conditions yet included prophetic circumstances and miracles.
Mary and Joseph left their home in Nazareth in Galilee to travel to Bethlehem in Judea, due to a Roman census, while Mary was heavily pregnant. When they arrived, they could not find any place to stay except in a stable with some animals. Here she gave birth and laid her newborn son in a manger. During that night they were visited by three shephards and three wisemen offering gifts to honor the newborn's arrival.
St. Francis of Assisi is credited with creating the first nativity scene in 1223 at Greccio, Italy.
You can cast from these moulds hundreds of times, which means you can make sets as gifts for the holiday season.
Paints (not included) suggested to use with this mould.
AV951 - White Acrylic Paint.
AV950 - Black Acrylic Paint.
AV913 - Yellow Ochre Acrylic Paint.
AV875 - Beige Brown Acrylic Paint.
AV917 - Beige Acrylic Paint.
AV843 - US Tan Earth Acrylic Paint.
AV828 - Woodgrain Acrylic Paint.
AV939 - Smoke Acrylic Paint.
AV820 - Off White Acrylic Paint.
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