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December 06, 2011


Janet McMahon

Wow Judy...I love love love this post. Fun to look at and entertaining to read. I like anything that can stand up proud even though it only cost $2.

Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable

This is perfect:) I am seriously loving your post! It is so inspirational and informative. I think my subscribers would really enjoy reading this. I would love for you to come share it at Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways on Frugally Sustainable (http://frugallysustainable.blogspot.com/2011/11/frugal-days-sustainable-ways-4.html). I really hope that you will put Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways on your list of carnivals to visit and link to each Wednesday!

Andrea @ Frugally Sustainable
Here's the link: http://www.frugallysustainable.com


I would have never thought to spray paint a nativity, but it turned out great!! I also collect nativity sets.


What a great idea. I bought one at the Dollar store last year. Some of the "painting" on the face makes them pretty scary looking so I am thinking that you have the perfect solution. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Show and Share!


These are great. I have a few Nativity sets but mostly I collect Santas and the word Joy and Noel. I have some beautiful Santa figures and faces. It is the faces I love. I am hunting a Santa kneeling before "The King". Haven't found it yet but I will.

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