Let love like that starlight on that first Christmas mornChristmas is nearly coming and like most of the children, I am excited of the decors. Way back those days that we were in the province I was very fond of creating and cropping my own decors using native materials or dried plants – I can imagine how patient I was in going in to the details of the decors. Years had passed and here I am with my busy life of a grown up girl forgetting these traditions that I had when I still got all the apple time in life.
Lead us back to the manger where Christ the child was born
Materials used: (Total price to be exact is 1,480.00 – just right for the 1,500.00 as I estimated on my first look.)
|· 1 “100 bulbs” Christmas light – 599.00 (I bought led lights that cost almost half of the total expense this is the safest way to go since we are going to attach it around the landscape in a very close distance from each other. Led lights don’t produce heat like the ordinary once which is safer from burning.)|
|· 1 Mini Christmas Tree – 85.00|
|· 2 Different Glittered Leaf – 20.00|
|· 1 flower – 30.00|
|· 1 “9 ft.” Grass Garland – 90.00 (Note: choose at least 9 ft. long without any cuts to achieve a good shape.)|
Enjoy the song while making you nativity set and landscape garden :)
Christmas in Our Hearts – Jose Mari Chan Song Lyrics
|"make sure that the figures fits inside"|
A. Dismantle one of the flowers to be able to get a leaf.
B. Connect it on the maple fruit and you’ve got your fruit tree!
Step 9: Glue the glitters on the random part of the landscape to make it look like a snow and you are done. (Optional: you can use Styrofoam for larger effects.)
Step 10: Lastly put the stare on your Christmas tree.