Nativity Cookie Cutter Bake Set, Tin This Fox Run Nativity bake set lets you create your own nativity scene for the holiday season. The set includes: 8 small tin plated cookie cutters, 1 large tin plated triangle cutter, icing bag, plastic decorating tips, recipe, instructions and ideas. This 18 piece set includes the following cookie cutters and approximate measurements: Camel 3-1/2" tallSheep 2-1/4" tallDonkey 2-3/4 x 2-1/8" Baby Jesus/manger 2 x 1-1/4"Star, point to point, 2" Mary 3" tall Joseph 3-1/2"tall Wisemen 4-1/4" tall Large Triangle 9-1/4 at base, sides 10-1/4"Nativity Cookie Cutter Bake Set, Tin is made of tinplate steel. Hand wash and towel dry. Made in China for Fox Run. Nativity Cookie Cutter Bake Set, Tin
The camel is such a magnificent creature able to withstand heat and lack of water for days in the desert! Be the coolest animal in the Sahara in this Camel costume. This costume is great for Halloween or even for a Nativity at Christmas time! It
Standing camel nativity figurine. Made of polymer
Even if your little one is just a supporting character in the Christmas pageant this year, they should look as great as possible! The Child's Camel Nativity set, which comes with a tan camel hat and an accompanying tan vest with fur trim, will turn your child into the star of the show.
Hand-painted. Hand-molded of stone resin. From famed artist Patience Brewster. Remarkably charismatic and refreshingly vibrant, our Patience Brewster Harold the Camel Nativity Figure displays the artist's vision of the first Christmas. This figurine exhibits an exquisite level of detail and craftsmanship for a truly magical rendering of heirloom quality. . . .
Nativity Masks. Just what you need for your Christmas pageant! Nativity Masks make it easy to get into character when telling the story of the birth of Jesus. Masks depict a sheep camel cow donkey shepherds three wise men an angel Mary and Joseph. Cardboard on 5 plastic sticks. 9 1/4 - 12 OTC. Color: Assorted Colors. Holidays: Christmas. Theme: Faith, Religious, Inspirational, Nativity.
Hand-painted with such care that the wood grain remains visible. Outstanding, heirloom-quality detail. Figurines are 5" high. Additional figurines are also sold separately. Master carvers in their south Tyrol workshops craft our Kostner Two Camels. Starting with naturally aged maple harvested in the nearby Alps and using only hand-forged tools, these skilled artisans carve each figurine with a quiet dignity. . . . .
Material: Marble-based resin. Holiday: Christmas
Fontanini exclusive figurine. Made of polymer
Children's Camel 7.5 Fontanini Nativity Collection Crafted from hand-painted polymer and fabric 6 tall #52825
Camel With Saddle Blanket 7.5 Fontanini Nativity Collection Crafted from hand-painted polymer 4 tall #52843
Children's Camel 5 Fontanini Nativity Collection Hand-painted polymer 3 tall Fontanini #54032.
The nativity was displayed every year within our home. I would stand there trying to figure it all out. Jesus was born in a barn, a stable? He is the Son of God. Doesn't he deserve better than that? There were animals in there with him. Oh gosh, what did it smell like? There were shepherds in there with Mary, and Joseph, and the baby, Jesus. Did they even know these people? Then there were the three wise men with their camels who came from where? I didn't think Mary and Joseph knew them either. So many questions filled my head every Christmas season. We continue to celebrate the birth of Jesus, two thousand years later? Why? What made him special above everyone else who has ever been born to this world? Aren't we all God's children? What on earth does our Christmas celebration today have to do with that nativity scene? Weeks of preparation are consumed with decorating, cookie baking, gift exchanges, Christmas carols, and more! The biggest question of all though is what does Santa have to do with the birth of Jesus? Someone help me put the pieces together! To fully understand the significance of the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ, we must first go back in time. Join this fabulous adventure to find out how the pieces come together. You will discover The Wonder of It All!
Since he was a boy growing up in Mississippi, Father Tim has lived what he calls "the life of the mind." Except for cooking and gardening and washing his dog, he never learned to savor the work of his hands. And then he finds a derelict nativity scene-twenty figures, including a flock of sheep, that have suffered the indignities of time and neglect. Could he give the small company new life? Restore the camel's ear, repaint every piece, replace a missing nose on a wise man? "You can't teach an old dog new tricks!" he reminds himself. It's when he imagines the excitement in Cynthia's eyes that he steps up to the plate-and begins a small journey of faith that touches everyone around him. The eighth novel in the bestselling Mitford Years series is a meditation on the best of all presents-the gift of one's heart. Lovingly written and beautifully illustrated, it seeks to restore the true Christmas spirit and give everyone a seat at Mitford's holiday table. "This Mitford story presented itself to me, quite unexpectedly, and asked to be told. I hope readers will find it a perfect refuge from the holiday frenzy." -Jan Karon
Since he was a boy growing up in Missisippi, Father Tim has lived what he calls “the life of the mind.” Except for cooking and gardening and washing his dog, he never learned to savor the work of his hands. And then he finds a derelict nativity scene—twenty figures, including a flock of sheep, that have suffered the indignities of time and neglect. Could he give the small company new life? Restore the camel’s ear, repaint every piece, replace a missing nose on a wise man? “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks!” he reminds himself. It’s when he imagines the excitement in Cynthia’s eyes that he steps up to the plate—and begins a small journey of faith that touches everyone around him. The eighth novel in the bestselling Mitford Years series is a meditation on the best of all presents—the gift of one’s heart. Lovingly written and beautifully illustrated, it seeks to restore the true Christmas spirit and give everyone a seat at Mitford’s holiday table.