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A Merry Christmas to everyone!
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Thank you so much for this beautiful papercraft. I just wanted to say that your nativity scene sits on a shelve in Sweden and makes people happy when they look at it. Good work. Hope you have a happy christmas. :)ReplyDelete
the camels are adorable !ReplyDelete
That's great! Thank you very much.ReplyDelete
Thank you everyone for your very kind comments, Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I was looking forward to this! Great great great job! :)ReplyDelete
just posted the three wise men on my german paper model blog kostenlose papiermodelle ... absolutely beautiful! ... the nativity scene and the three kings are a real piece of art! ... thank you so very much ...ReplyDelete
Hello friend had missed the news, I hope you understand what I write as I do not speak English use the translator google, congratulations for the work I have done a lot of spreading your blog here in Brazil.ReplyDelete
muitos lindos, parabéns pelo trabalho, me ajudou muito! continue assim, você merece todo o sucesso do mundo!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Monsieur Didier.ReplyDelete
Vous nous aiderez à faire beaucoup d'enfants sourire. Que Dieu vous bénie.
This is absolutely beautiful!! THANK YOU for your generosity!!ReplyDelete
I am a church in Brazil, and wanted to thank you for your work on behalf of the lord jesus christReplyDelete
Hello! I teach English in Japan. In Japan, people celebrate Christmas without knowing anything about Jesus. Thanks to your beautiful papercraft, I was able to introduce the real story of the first Christmas to Japanese children in an easy to understand, fun, and easy to remember way! Thanks so much for sharing your artwork with the world.ReplyDelete
thank you very much, you've made my family a sweet Christmas with your beautiful papercraft !ReplyDelete
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I love the blog. Great post. It is very true, people must learn how to learn before they can learn. lol i know it sounds funny but its very true. . .ReplyDelete
I love the blog. This is great. God bless youReplyDelete