Thursday, December 10, 2015

Painting the Nativity {virtual refrigerator}

The Princess and I did a Nativity painting class together at church.  Hers naturally looks much better than mine -- she's got a gift and a flair that I just don't possess.

These sweet nativities were painted on old wood that had been retrieved from the bottom of the river.  There were all different shapes and sizes of rugged wood to choose from.

I like how we sat in the same class getting the same instructions, yet each of our nativities is different.  GOD is so creative to give us such unique ways of seeing things.

Our finished products were pretty cool -- and that big canvas in the backgroud was done by my married daughter.  Neat, huh?

Okay, now it's YOUR turn!  I'd love to see what big and small projects are being created at your house this Christmas season.  Please grab a virtual magnet and add your link to share your child's art or your arts and crafts how-to posts.

And PLEASE visit the other blogs and see what they've put up on their Virtual Refrigerators this week.  Let's help spread a little Christmas cheer.

I'm joining the Virtual Refrigerator Blog Hop to share creativity unleashed.  
Be sure to visit and check out some of the other neat projects by some pretty great kids.


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  1. Those are gorgeous! Great job! Please share when there is another class like this, the girls and I would love to plan to join you.


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