Winter Nights Snowman~The Beauty of the Stars e-pattern
Kentucky Primitives folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old

Psalms 8:3
When I consider thy heavens, the works of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained

The snowman was looking into the night sky, wondering why the snow had stopped.  And to his surprise, there appeared to be diamonds sparkling in the air.

"What are those, and how do they hang there?  They are so beautiful!" he asked his crow friend.

The wise old crow, who had been around for many many years, told the snowman, "They were put there by the Maker of the Stars.  They have been there since the beginning of time.  And yes, they are beautiful, but there is so much more to them for us to learn.  For you see my snowman friend, just because you can't see them in the daylight or on a cloudy night, they are still there hanging in the sky.  God put them there so you would know that if He can keep the stars from falling, He can surely take care of us."

So when you look at the stars, enjoy their beauty and the magnificence of what God can do.

The stars are shining for you.

This is an old primitive snowman looking at the stars with his crow friend.  He has a long flowing scarf on.  He wears an old cap on the back of his head.  He has his head tilted back with a big smile on his face with his carrot nose sticking straight in the air.  He is approximately 18" tall and 23" around when completed as shown.  He sits by himself.




God bless you this Christmas.


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