Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Finally it has arrived - The Nativity Stable Freebie

Well lots of you have been asking for this, and this morning I woke up and thought today was the day I would give it a go...  you know how you always put off those hard things...  Strangely it didn't take me to long once I got going, and I hope you like the finished result.

You can put as many or as few of my Nativity images in and around the stable, remember if you are adding the images in a graphics program to use the png versions of my images.  I did a quick try to make sure it looked okay and it worked fine.
In the download which you get by clicking on the top most image, you will receive, a coloured image in both jpg and png, and a digi stamp image in both formats as well.  I hope this doesn't come to late for all you Christmas crafting needs, but if so I guess there is always next year...

Right I'm off to make a few more cards now, and just maybe one or two might have a Nativity scene... who knows...

Happy Crafting,

hugs Janie xxx

7 comments:

  1. Oh Janie!!! This is wonderful. Can't wait to have a play at arranging the figures in the stable. Thanks so very much for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

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  2. Thankyou!, it's lovely, and perfect with the other images.. your very kind to share it with us.

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  3. Pauline(Newcastle)1 December 2010 at 00:03

    Thanks Janie. I printed out the other characters,about 6" tall and have made a nativity scene for my Sunday School class at church - they love them!

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  4. Thank you so much. I really like your artwork.

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  5. Thank you, Janie! I knew you would do a great stable. :) I'm going to have fun putting my (your) pieces together.

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  7. This is just wonderful!! I teach a religion class to 4 & 5 year olds and they're going to love it. I appreciate you sharing your talent with us so much!!

    Are you by any chance going to make a camel?? Or the 3 gifts??

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