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Hello Clear Scraps friends! This is Maya here on the blog today. How was everyone's Thanksgiving holiday? Can't believe Christmas will be here in a month and today I'm sharing a Nativity Wall Hanging for this holiday season featuring the flower wood shape. Let's check it out!


▼ I started by laying the wood shape on patterned paper, tracing it with a pencil, and cutting it out with scissors. Then, I applied tacky glue to adhere the cut-out piece to the wood shape as the background. The papers and ephemera I used for today's project are from the Echo Park Paper with the Away in a Manger collection.


▼ I also cut out a circle from a patterned paper and added it to the background.


▼ Then, I used these stickers from the collection to decorate around the wood shape for the Nativity scene. Adding the depth to the layering, I used double-sided adhesive foam to adhere the ephemera to each layer. 


▼ For extra touches to the background, I used Pops of Color with white color to add some dimensional accent.


▼ Last, I punched two holes on the top of the wood shape using the We R Memory Keeper punch tool and tied a piece of twine through to finish the project.


Thank you all for stopping by! Hope you enjoy the Christmas decor shared today. You may check HERE for all the wood shapes from Clear Scraps. Have a wonderful week!

Additional Products Used:
- Papers & Ephemera: Echo Park Paper (Away in a Manger Collection)
- Adhesive: Aleene's Tacky Glue & Double Sided Adhesive Foam
- Tool: We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Punch Tool


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