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What more can be said of this little pun. Its a nativity scene made of dressed up pinto beans. If you didn't know, the word for beans in Spanish is frijole (pronounced free-hole-ee) so if this is the full representation of the Holy Family on that silent night then that would make them The Holy Frijoles! Cute right?

This set has 9 characters in it and they are made by dressing up raw pinto beans in polymer clay, then baking, then painting, then varnishing them so that they last for years to come. This is a sure conversation starter and always brings a smile to any nativity scene collector and those with a great sense of humor.

They will come packaged in a baggie with label attached.

The Holy Frijoles The Pinto Bean Nativity Scene

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pinto bean, polymer clay, acrylic paint, clear varnish
  • Feedback: 161 reviews
  • Ships from New Mexico, United States to select countries.
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