This sweet Christmas image was the perfect choice to add on top of my burlap, accenting the humble birth we celebrate at Christmas for this week's TSC to make a card with some kind of fabric or material. I used the burlap and some ribbon. This was really easy to put together once the image was colored - just added the pieces of burlap twine tied together to the side, the ribbon and bow on the top, and some stickles to make the halo over Jesus' head.
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Date: Friday, August 29, 2014 GMT Views: 661
Registered: December 24, 2007 Location: Sask. Canada Posts: 11333
Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 6:55 PM
Oh...AWESOME Greenie...you have a head start on Christmas....wow yahhh, me I have tried... and my Fav. is the manger scene...love it hun!! awesome...and the burlap adds the special touch.... I know where our farmers grain is kept...yup you guessed it......sometimes in burlap...my wheat for my bread is in one....so awesome on the challenge...You ROCKED it ...yahhhhh
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Sat, Aug 30, 2014 @ 10:17 AM
Sue, first let me say this is outstanding!!! You threw me for a loop when using burlap for a Christmas image but when you put it together with this precious image that is so perfectly colored; well all I can say is Merry Christmas Christ is Born!!!!
------------------------------ Ich bin Klein. Mach mein Herze rein Soll niemand anderen drin wohnen Als Jesus allein. (I am little. Make my heart clean. Don't let anyone else live in it but Jesus alone.)