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Nativity Scene...

So the crib is set up too.... used black chart paper to set up the night sky, stuck stars and angels all around. Click on the pictures for a larger view...
Pretty cool... huh?
A closer view...  
 The guiding star...

Wishing all of you a blessed and beautiful Christmas. May the love, peace, joy and hope of the divine baby fill our homes, our hearts and this world. 

Comments

Natalie said…
Absolutely beautiful. Merry Christmas!
mahesh said…
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way :) very elegantly done!

Merry Christmas :)
yummychunklet said…
What a beautiful scene!
Ganesh Puttu said…
wow...looks absolutely fantastic....Have a GREAT CHRISTMAS KAREN


hmm!!! now wondering why i didnt get a christmas party invite from you...
BackStage said…
I envy the fact that you have so much time to focus all your creativity... So pretty they look.

Have a blessed xmas and wishes for a truly life changing new year as well!
Karen Xavier said…
Thanks everybody... wishing you all a blessed new year too.
MaCoBra said…
I am too late for a christmas wish Karen, but in time for a new years wish, all the best for the new year 2013!!
Regards, Marcel from Woerden Daily.
Ashwini C N said…
Wonderful pics. They all look so divine. So much effort it all takes. Merry Christmas :-)
Just a beautiful Nativity..Didn't get here before Christmas..but wishing you a wonderful New Year..May God's Blessings be many..Rosebud.

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