St. Nicholas Figures to Make
The patterns and instructions for most of these projects are in easy-to-print PDF files.
To print patterns:
• Click on a picture below, then click the Adobe printicon:
• If you have trouble downloading the file, right-click on the image below and choose "Save target as..." to save it. Then open the PDF with Adobe Acrobat Reader (free from Adobe's website) and print it following the tips below.
Patterns may be printed for use with non-profit groups making art and craft projects. For all other uses, please request permission from email@example.com. Thank you.
The clay pot, stand-up, cut-out, window decoration, clip-on, and paper tube St. Nicholases were designed by B. A. Kissinger* | Copyright © 2002 St. Nicholas Center
May be printed for use with non-profit groups making art and craft projects. For all other uses, please request permission from firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Nicholas Roll-up from Sint's Kleur-en Spelletjes Boek, WH, the Netherlands
St. Nicholas Play Set designed by Jeanne Hebbelynck, Belgium ca. 1950
St. Nicholas from a Pringles can is from Jo Clausen, Aquinas School, Woodbridge, Virginia.
*Barbara Kissinger has a new book, Christmas Past, Pelican Publishing, 2005. Richly illustrated with more than two hundred images from her extensive collection of Christmas memorabilia, the text gives Christmas celebration history and customs from around the world. Purchase from amazon.com, amazon.ca or amazon.uk.
Tips for accurate PDF printing
For Adobe Reader 7.0
In the Adobe Print dialog box, check these boxes:
For Adobe Reader 8.0
If you are having trouble printing, try clicking on "Advanced" then "Print as Image."
For older versions
In the Adobe Print dialog box, make sure the boxes for Shrink oversized pages to paper size and Expand small pages to paper size are NOT checked. (In some versions the option is Page Scaling: NONE, click to find Fit to pages and Shrink large pages.)