Decorations celebrating Messiah's birth

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  1. Abiyah

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    I must tell you what I made! I am pleased with it.

    As many of you know, we celebrate His birth
    during Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), an 8-day
    period in October. We build little temporary huts in
    our back yards and eat there, play there, etc. We
    decorate them with tree boughs, fruit, art, etc. So
    I got an idea.

    Taking photos of my grandaughter and my
    grandson, I used Publisher to block out all parts of
    the photos I did not want, then made that area light
    blue.

    My granddaughter had her hands together as
    though praying, so I left her head, hair, white shirt,
    arms, and hands in the photo.

    My grandson is somewhat dark-skinned, with
    black hair, so this helped. In the photo, he is very
    young and is laughing.

    I placed my granddaughter so that she is above
    him, like she is flying, looking down at him. Using
    the computer, I drew wings and a flowing skirt on
    her. One heel and a whole foot are sticking out of
    the bottom of the skirt. I surrounded the baby
    with a swaddling wrap and hay.

    Wow! It looks great! I can't wait to hang it in my
    sukkah. I plan to make other relevant pictures for
    it using photos of my other grandchildren.
     
  2. Taufgesinnter

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    That's cute!

    And since His birth was close to six months after Passover, your timing is about right and symbolically a bulls-eye.
     
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    Thanks, Tauf! I wishh my reeal computer was
    hooked up to Internet so I could show it, because
    it was very easy and a good way to decorate.

    I thought, as I made them, that it might be a good
    way for those who use Christmas cards to make
    their own.
     

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