May the Season Open the Window of your Heart with the Light of Love!
About this creation
And, may you follow your shining star! There are theories about what the Star of Bethlehem really was. Several astronomers are studying the phenomenon and their hypotheses seem very believable to me, though science may never learn the truth.
The formulas for the glass used in stained glass windows were secret and some believe alchemical in origin. Some of these windows, like those of the Chartes Cathedral make a magical play with Light! I edited my original photo with a stained glass effect to use it as this year's Christmas Card.
This was the original photo. I built this Nativity set years ago, and it was packed away. When I joined MOCpages I took this picture of it. It was on MOCpages for a short while in, I believe, the fall of 2011? It has returned again!
Quoting Parrington Levens
Happy Christmas! And omG do you know how rare that blue cs slope piece is? Nice :)
Wow, thanks for the info. I did not know that! I can't even remember where I picked it up from?! I suppose it is rare because it is a 2x3 slope and not just a 2x2 or is it the color too? Perhaps Mary will not be disassembled! :)
Quoting David Alexander Smith
Inspiring, I might have a go at a Christmas scene and a Christmas card. Your reindeer in red with white trim is the spirit of Christmas in bricks.
Thanks David! After seeing what everyone builds now, I realize these figs are very primitive. I will probably disassemble them for parts. But, I'm not at all surprised that the red and white trim would attract you, O'Master of the Classic Colors (and new ones too)! :)