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By Carolyn Vosburg Hall

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No crèche rivals in drama the Radio City Music Hall scene with real people portraying the family, the shepherds, and the Magi, accompanied by real donkeys, sheep, and camels. This small crèche, the holy family scene, measures 23⁄4" by 41⁄4" and can be made easily from thin wooden craft sticks. 1. Cut the background shape out of silver card stock. 2. Using narrow sticks, trim one stick to 2 ⁄ ", rounded at both ends, for the base. Trim two narrow sticks to 1 ⁄ " for the sides. 3. Using the wide sticks, cut two 2 ⁄ " roof pieces, each with one 3 Y OU NEED • 3" square silver card stock • Two 3⁄4"-wide craft sticks (wide)* • Three 3⁄8"-wide crafts sticks (narrow)* • Two 3⁄8" wooden circles (faces)* • 1⁄2" x 11⁄2" oval wooden piece • • • • • • (baby)* 3" gold chenille stem 8" iridescent chenille stem 11⁄2" gold metal star 3 ⁄8" gold circle bead (baby halo) 24" gold ribbon Utility knife, glue gun, permanent marking pen *Used in this project: Forster® wood pieces.

Again, fold the strip evenly, matching (A) to (B), and pin beside the fold at (C). Rotate the strip on (A), and place pins all around at several point (C)s. c. Remove the strip, and fold it into eight even sections. Wrap it around at the (C) pins, and pin different colored pins at each fold. Remove the (C) pins. A A C C C C C C C C C B Strip C B fold in 1/4 fold fold in 1/8 Strip fold 3. For guide threads, thread the needle with a colored thread that measures eight times the circumference of the ball.

The off-the-loom weaving technique used in this ball can be made with ribbons in a variety of widths, thicknesses, and a choice of coordinated colors for both the warp and weft. The ribbons are first woven into a flat mat, and then cut into shapes and fitted onto the polystyrene ball. Or for a simpler ornament, fold the ribbon mat in half. Sew around the edges, leaving an opening to turn. Turn and sew the opening closed. Sew ribbon bows on the corners and a ribbon to hang. 1. Ribbon pieces: Cut 11 ribbon pieces 12" long out of assorted white, blue, gold, and red.

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