Horror fans have one thing in common: they appreciate the most tasteful things in life. For you, the readers -- the fans -- we present this elegant nativity scene, crche, or crib.
Bring joy to Grandma's heart by downloading, printing, and assembling this attractive tableau. It will make her hump fall off.
I truly like the semi-real-yet-cartoony style, really reminds me of the nativity set my own family used for 30+ years, often augmented with various FisherPrice and Happy Meal characters when the odd lamb or shepard would go missing (now we know what really happened to them).
His site's a rich zombie resource with many undead inspired Christmas goodies, but I think his Nativity Set's my favorite, followed closely by his “Zombie Santa” Ornaments.
He's apparently taken the nativity set off his website, so I'm re-posting it here.
Spice Up Your Dreary Winter Windows
Buz Carter's done several papercraft projects, often with retro-holiday flair (Halloween seems a favorite), so this season it's not surprising that he's added another old-time winter pasttime: paper snowflakes, though with an obvious undead slant. From his website:
My first attempt mistakenly began by folding the paper in successive halves -- yielding an 8-pointed Zombie Hawai´ian quilt pattern -- lovely, but a fairly unconvincing snowflake. So, it sat fallow, until last weekend when I did this 6-pointed version. (BTW, if you do make a zombie Hawai´ian quilt, please let me know -- it'd be awesome!)
That he's included some work-in-progress shots as a helpful tutorial makes this extra appealing.
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