Rusty & Galvanized Creche

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If you liked my 
made from a rusty, galvanized planter....

rusty metal creche www.homeroad.net

Then you're gonna love this project!


A Holy Night creche created by drawing a plan and 
cutting galvanized steel pieces with tin snips.



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I cut and glued the pieces into place on a reclaimed wood board that had been painted white.

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Next I added the details...
The crowns, the gifts, the staff, and the halos.

That was the fun part!

rusty metal creche www.homeroad.net


Merry Christmas!

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