a way in a manger • nativity made from acrylic-painted reclaimed board, broken windchime & easel, and a river rock (34″x 21″ x 8″)

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One of my “on a break” projects. I’ve had more fun with this! Wish I’d finished it in time for Christmas. But….Merry Christmas beautiful people!

Thanks to my used-to-be boss, Sue Cox, owner of Simons (and all the lovely Simonette’s) for gifting me all that’s broken to play with. Yay!!!

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13 thoughts on “a way in a manger • nativity made from acrylic-painted reclaimed board, broken windchime & easel, and a river rock (34″x 21″ x 8″)”

  1. My thought is to find a nook to display it all year. It’s too colorful, pretty and you can celebrate all year. Just a thought. I love this “peace” you have created. ❣️

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    1. Ok. This is brilliant, Cindy: “…this “peace” you have created.” Amazing. ❤️ Thank You!!! 🤗❤️😊We may well leave it out ! It’s been living on the fireplace hearth for over a month now as I contemplate it and tweak here and there. It’s VERY large, though. 🤣Of course. 🤣Almost 3 feet high so it practically takes up the whole space. But we’re enjoying it! Huge hugs Your way!!! ❤️❤️❤️

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      1. Perfect, the fireplace it is for now! I didn’t realize It was so big but whatever you decide it will bring its’ peace. Thank you for “brilliant” compliment, 🤭as I rarely get one of those any more😆, and I send the same to you. Huge Hugs & love to you Katy🤗😘🤗

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