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A very blessed Palm Sunday!

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May the spirit of this holy occasion, the warmth of the season make your heart bloom with joy & happiness, have a blessed Palm Sunday.
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Wishing you all a very blessed Merry Christmas!

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This is a custom carved nativity, carved out of one block of wood and left untreated and unpainted. It is tradition in our town to have the nativity next to the Christmas tree where the family gathers and sings songs.

A nativity to help!

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The nativity at the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi

We are proud to announce that we will be starting a crowdfunding campaign very soon to help the victims of the earthquake that struck Italy at the end of August. We plan to exhibit the giant nativity somewhere in Italy, with all the funds going to support those who still suffer. We know that every little bit of help will be of immense value.                         Our generosity is what makes us human!

We will keep you posted on where to find us on Indiegogo and we will let you know more about this ambitious project and how you can make a difference. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this and please support this cause!

The Virgin Mary with Child!

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A modern rendition of the Virgin Mary. Tell us what you think! Any kind of feedback is very appreciated. Thank you!

Saint Joseph and Saint Helena!

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Custom hand carved statues of St. Joseph and St. Helena.

Wait! Who is that little bugger sitting next to the woodcarvings?

A statue in the snow!

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For the first time this year this custom made sculpture is enjoying the feeling of snow underneath her feet.

Christmas Nativities

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Ever since we were kids, nativities have always played a great part in our lives, not only because our parents and their parents before them made them, but also because they were ever present next to Christmas tree. How are you getting ready for the holidays? Do you have similar traditions and if so, have they changed over the years?

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