These chocolate nativities are just too cute! I made some of these last year and loved how they turned out so much! They are perfect stocking stuffers or little gifts for friends. Today we are putting several of these cute little gifts together so I thought I would share where I downloaded this adorable printable. (Link below)

The Nativity Nugget Wrapper Printable can be downloaded here. I really do love this so much! It turns out just perfect each time.

This is what Colette (designer) recommends . . .
How to assemble the trays:
Putting them together is super easy… simply print and trim each wrapper. You can print the wrappers on regular white paper, but definitely print the tags and trays on white card stock. To wrap the chocolates, just position and secure with clear tape on the bottom. The trays are super easy as well. Just trim, then fold on the thin white lines to create the sides.

I personally, use my paper cutter to help create a crease to make it easier to fold. I line up the white line on top of the indentation where the blade goes while cutting. I then use a butter knife to gently push along that line. Don’t forget to do both white lines on the tray. Now it is perfectly indented to create exact folds. (For better clarification, pictures can be viewed on my Chocolate Temple Printable tutorial.)

Run your glue stick down the middle of the tray and line your chocolates up in the order you choose. This prevents them from slipping around. Slide the tray into your cello bag, fold the tag over and secure with a staple. I purchase the cello bags at my local craft store – you can find them in the cake decorating section. Look for the “pretzel┬ástick”┬ásize. (2.25″ x 9.75″).