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Manger for church Christmas program

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Project by outsidethebox posted 247 days ago 608 views 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I was approached by the church board I’d education (my wife being a member of the board…lol) about building a manger for our Sunday School Christmas program. They already had one, but they have decided to use a real baby this year, and stability was a major issue. So I made my way out to the shop and started brainstorming on how to build a manger, and what materials to use. I aquired about 1,600 square feet of southern yellow pine flooring from a church that was torn down about 2 years ago that has been sitting in the machine shed waiting for a worthy project, and thought there couldn’t possibly be a better purpose for a few of those boards! I got to work on it without any real plan in my head, and this is what I came up with. Thanks for looking, and all comments and criticism is welcome!

-- Corey, Renville, MN





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#1 posted 247 days ago

Great job

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#2 posted 247 days ago

Looks super,nice work.

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#3 posted 247 days ago

I like it. Just the right look for something that special.

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#4 posted 246 days ago

Wonderful job. Share a pic of the program sometime.

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#5 posted 246 days ago

Thanks guys! The program is in two weeks, I’m sure my wife will have plenty of pics for me to share!

-- Corey, Renville, MN

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