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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Crafty Thursday.....

 "Mary, Mary, hush, 
see the Child.  
Joseph, Joseph, look 
see how mild! 
This is Jesus;
this is our King. 
This is our Savior,
His praises we sing. " 


If you know me personally.....
then you might know that I adore nativities!
I have quite a collection.
My mother-in-law brought me back a small brass set when she visited Mexico. Our kiddos gifted me with a gorgeous hand carved set from Uganda.

Out of curiosity, I thought I would find some nativity ornaments to make,
so here are a few with the links to the instructions,
or where they can be bought.

A sweet lady I know tagged me on her blog to show me this one.
I think she knows me pretty well....;-)

Clothespin Nativity Ornament


Clay Pot Nativity by MyChickenCoop on Etsy, $10.00

Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus felt ornament

Crocheted Nativity | FaveCrafts.com


Crocheted Creche

Giuliana - Original Handmade: MOLDE CORAÇÃO SAGRADA FAMÍLIA - Meu molde do mês!


I actually have one similar to this one.
The children at our church make and sell ornaments at CHRISTmas-time for a donation,
with the money going to the Lottie Moon offering!
Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus

Nativity Blocks

And, here's one to go outdoors!!
Would you believe these are made from concrete landscape pavers?
The lady gives the instructions on her site.....

So that should get some of us started who want to make some of these in the next couple of weeks......
or, if you're like me.....
there's always next year!!!

HOPE y'all have a Terrific Thursday!!!

Breathing in Grace,

4 comments:

  1. I like them all! Thanks so much for sharing them.

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  2. Oh, I love them all! I started get mine out last night. Now just to decide where to set them this year since we moved furniture. I love you header. Very beautiful. HOPE you have an awesome CHRISTmas.

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  3. Wonderful!! I love the simplicity of the clothespin ornament. And you know I am crushing on the crochet sets! Thanks for sharing.

    Beckey
    http://reallyreallyrealhousewives.blogspot.com
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/queenbsbusywork

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  4. I love the crochet ones!!! Hint...Hint...Hint

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