Monday, November 29, 2010

New Release - Nativity Tree!


I love the story of the Nativity and love to display it in my home however I can.  Reading it to my kids over and over as the month goes by is certainly a favorite family tradition.  This year I decided to take the timeless story from Luke 2 (verses 1-14) and shape the text into a tree!  I have the 8x10 version framed and displayed with my manger scene on my mantle and I just love it.

DON'T HAVE TIME TO MAKE YOUR OWN?

No problem... I've added this project to my Etsy Shop!  It includes my Nativity Tree image in 3 varying sizes; 8x10, 5x7 and 4x6. For best results, I recommend uploading these images to your favorite photo lab and have them printed as photo prints. Then, either frame or mount and display in your home or give as gifts! To add a splash of Christmas Spirit to your gifts and goodies... tie the 4x6 image to a package or plate of treats. I'm also including an easy-to-print PDF file with bookmarks! Simply print, laminate and tie ribbon on the top. 


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(I used Christmas Cuties, Joy and Santa Baby to create this project.)

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6 comments:

Mod Podge Amy said...

I love that nativity tree. How pretty!!

Valerie said...

Love the Nativity Tree Tree! What a great idea.
I'm also crossing my fingers that you'll be doing a Christmas alphabet... I loved the Thanksgiving one~ and especially love that you did the whole alphabet!

DANA said...

This is a great post! I would love for you to link up to my Strut Your Stuff Party! http://danajeanward.blogspot.com/2010/11/link-up-giveaway-and-winner.html

apumpkinandaprincess said...

That looks great! Thanks for sharing, stopping by from Tatertots & Jello!

blesid said...

What a beautiful tree, using one of my favorite passages! Awesome job as usual! jules

Busy as a Bee in Paris said...

i just checked out your advent blog and i would love for you to share it on my meaningful christmas link party, come grab a button and join the fun!
http://busyasabeeinparis.blogspot.com/2010/11/christmas-ideas-for-children-des-idees.html
xo,
maria