Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Away in a Manger
I used burlap paper to decorate the top half of the box. I have never used it before but it worked well with the Scor Tape. The rest of the box is decorated with punch art!
I made these Angels when I first started making my cards. You can see them in a previous post but they were made with more of the gold paper. I made the Angels below with more silver paper. I loved the way they came out. I hope you can see how they reflect the light. I bought that paper on sale at Joann's! I think the Manger scene and these Angels were my favorite! Or maybe it was the Toy Soldier's..... They were all fun to make!
I am going to start my Christmas wrapping which will probably take me right up until Christmas. I know everyone will be busy with shopping, cooking, wrapping and enjoying family. I want to wish you and yours a Very Merry Christmas filled with love and laughter! See you in the New Year!
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I have seen the angels in gold but the silver is so pretty too!! The burlap on the nativity scene is sooooo cool! Love, love, love it!!ReplyDelete
Love, Love, Love!!! I think this nativity is my favorite of these!! Could you give a little info on what you used to create the punch art?? I want to make some of these for next year. Thanks & keep up the lovely work!!ReplyDelete
I just love this nativity. Just perfect! I'm with Lisa on this - how did you do the punch art to create it? Would love to make one.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
This is absolutely lovely and what a beautiful gift to receive and then display each year. I would love to know the punches you use for the nativity and thanks for the directions for the angels and soldiers.thank you so much for sharing and for your inspiration !!ReplyDelete
Wishing you and your family a magical Christmas filled with love and laughter. Best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year. Thank you for your friendship and for sharing your gorgeous creations with us! This nativity is just amazing.
love your boxes...Just came today to say Merry Christmas! I wish you lots of peace, love and happiness in company of all your family!ReplyDelete
Thinking on all my blog friends like YOU on this day! Yours Bibiana
Really cute idea. TFSReplyDelete
Love this card - would you please share how you did the punch art nativity.ReplyDelete
WOWWWW, these are all awesome and impressive and beautiful; absolutely fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing!!ReplyDelete
I just found this and especially love your nativity box! I don't know much about punch art, and would love if you could share a what punches you used. All of your box cards are sensational. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
These are all adorable Thanks for sharing them.ReplyDelete
Inky wishes, Di
Love the Nativity card. Do you have one for sale?ReplyDelete
I would love to make the Nativity in the box card.Would you share the how to make the punch outs for it? Thank you, Joann Van BovenReplyDelete
Here Iam againwith another question will the Nativity card close up to send?ReplyDelete
I might have pressed the wrong thing so trying again to old for the computer Lol anyway could you share the punches you used JoannReplyDelete
Please share the punches used for the Nativity Card in Box. It is awesome and would make wonderful gifts for family and friends.ReplyDelete
Do you have step by step instructions for this I am a beginner! Lesley from South AfricaReplyDelete
Yes love the angels would love instructions or you tubeReplyDelete
I love the Manager card and the Angels. Do you have the instructions to sell. I would love to have them if you do.ReplyDelete
wonderfull, have you a tutorial to made it ! Thanks !ReplyDelete
Just saw your nativity card in a box. Do you have a tutorial or a list of punches/directions? I would love to see that. MarcyReplyDelete
I was wondering what 'punches' you used to make the 'figures' of Mary and Joseph... I think it is fabulous! Cheers JudyReplyDelete
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