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    Hi Everyone, here is a nativity scene from the free berry basket pattern of the month. I have added just a couple of details to complete my own personal beliefs. Just to express what it means to me and not to offend anyone in anyway. I have added a shelf and support as Jesus holds and supports our lives. I added a light to shine on the baby Jesus as Jesus is the light of our lives. I added a high gloss shine as Jesus shines in our lives. I added a purple background to represent royalty as Jesus is King of our lives. I wish you one and all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD. Steve
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  • #2
    Steve, what a beautiful piece. Thanks for sharing....

    Creator of fine designer sawdust.


    • #3
      My wife and I admired your work and your sentiments.
      I like nativities.
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      • #4
        Grrrrrreat work. Nobody should take offence at the truth.

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        • #5
          Steve I love the Nativity you did an excellent job and I also love you sentiments and agree 100% with your beliefs
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          • #6
            For this one word is appropriate "Amen"
            Chuck D

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ChuckD
              For this one word is appropriate "Amen"
              Hi Chuck, Now that is a four letter word a lot more people should use. Steve
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Steviegwood
                Hi Chuck, Now that is a four letter word a lot more people should use. Steve

                I'll try to remember that next time I hit my thumb with the hammer ...

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