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thstevensons

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  1. Sorry Everyone didn't mean to post three times. Now can't figure out how to get rid of them.
  2. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings. The T posts can be purchased at Lowes, Home Depot or Tractor Supply. Be sure to get the heavy duty ones.
  3. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings. The T posts can be purchased at Lowes, Home Depot or Tractor Supply. Be sure to get the heavy duty ones.
  4. I have a plywood cut out Nativity scene. I use T posts. These are heavy duty post often used in electric fence. They can be easily driven in the ground with a T post driver and then pulled up later with the t post puller. I attach my cut outs using long heavy duty Zip Ties. I have been doing this for about 6 or so years and my cut outs have made it through at least three major wind/tornado warnings.
  5. How did this turn out? Were you successful? I would love to see the finished product.
  6. Howdy Everyone. I love this site. I am a newbie and getting ideas. My lighting display has grown each year but it is still static. I have a few wooden cut outs, etc. I am looking at putting some animation to it this year and was on here looking for idea. I love this rotating greeting card. I tried to down load the images and blow them up but I could not read them. I did a google search and behold.... here is the link: http://books.google.com/books?id=O9gDAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA166&dq=christmas%20cards%20popular%20mechanics&pg=PA166#v=onepage&q&f=false
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