I love the biccie one - where is that from, maybe I could look out for it in the sale!!We have a traditional one. It was my mums and I love it
the bikky one was lakeland
awww they are very sweet! :) xxx
Not too keen on the bears, either, but I like your choice!We have a Peruvian beanbag one which I get out on Christmas Eve, to add to the Advent one.
No, the bears are not my thing either! I like the one you have gone for, and the biscuit cutter one too! suzie. xxx
To answer your previous post's question, we had (mom still has, I'm sure) a traditional, plaster figured nativity. The figures are all very detailed and looked classically Italian. The set I have now is a cheapy, Made in Japan set based on those classic figures only my kids have played with it, one of the kings loses his head very year (and needs regluing) and carolers get mixed in with the shepherds. haha! I love your displays here! Great variety of materials and styles! And your snowfall is very serene. aaahhhhhhhh! Will you have chestnuts roasting, closer to Christmas? Spiced apple cider? Mulled wine, perhaps? I'll visit often! :)
Aw Bless - we have had to replace baby Jesus from the family ones over the years ... probably got eaten by an animal ! sheep cow..goat ? cat ? DD was a cat in the Nativity once !
The third one does it for me...........
love of each of these that you shared. I was in a gift shop on Saturday and saw the most unusual nativity...it appeared to be Russian Orthodox...brightly colored and amazing art! :)