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  1. Very cute project to do with the kids on Christmas Day! It came out lovely. About how long will it take to dry?

    1. Thank you Tara! Drying time depends on how much paint the painter uses 🙂 but I was able to dry with a hair dryer fairly quickly with the amount of paint I used. Have fun on Christmas Day with this project!

  2. I’m so impressed with your creativity! The star looks amazing! I would have never thought to put artwork above my nativity. Love it! Happy Holidays, Donna

    1. Thank you so much Donna! I love to put small expressions of ourselves (whether my daughters or myself) throughout our home. It truly makes a house a home when your people are woven through it!

  3. I love this addition to your nativity scene. My girls would also love to create their own Christmas star. They are better artists than I am! 🙂 Thanks for sharing your sweet DIY. Merry Christmas!

    1. Susan, this one is so easy! Trust me I am no artist and I made it happen! This would be a fun activity for all of you 🙂

  4. This is so lovely! The glitter for the star was a great call. I’ve always wondered how people paint such beautiful ombre backgrounds. Definitely need to follow your tutorial sometime!

    1. Thank you so much Ashley! I’m not sure how you technically paint ombre but this is how I’ve discovered how to do it. I’m sure there are more artisty ways to do it;)

    1. Thank you Stephanie -make sure to show it off and tag me, I want to see! Happy Christmas to you and yours!

  5. Love this Kristin! You make it look so easy, and what a pretty addition the nativity set!

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