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The much-awaited arrival of Christmas has put a variety of Christmas cribs in growing demand. Here’s a little insight to guide you to the initial steps of making the perfect Christmas Crib
The month of December is deemed the season of Christmas fever. With lots of happiness in the air, it calls for bringing people together to devour scrumptious Christmas feasts, sing Carols, and send Christmas gifts to every close friend and family member. Christmas indeed has become a popular festival with wider participation of non-Christians as well. What usually marks the official commencing of Christmas celebrations is the making of the Christmas crib. With everyone huddling together to put pretty figurines of baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph to portray the Nativity scene or the Manger scene that shows the birth of Jesus Christ and the arrival of the Shepherds, Christmas eve begins perfectly. A nativity set can act as a vital reminder of what the holiday season is all about in comparison with other Christmas decorations. The narrative of Mary, Joseph, and the infant Jesus can be taught to young children engagingly using nativity scenes so that they will learn it more easily. Modern-day cribs have evolved into sophisticated decorative items by somewhat overlooking the traditional, religious norms. Colorful lights, live as well as plastic plants, and any kind of material extracted from waste like ice cream sticks, straw etc. With the rise of the global market, Christmas cribs of a variety of sizes and prices are easily available. In Kerala, the craft of making Christmas cribs have become a trend with people posting their cribs and mangers online. Most people use ceramic figurines and small piles of hay to depict the birth of Christ in the manger of which both are available in the market.
What is the most commonly used crib-making items for Christmas ?
- Straw and sticks
- christmas toys