You might not know how creative you are when you complete your artwork. A lot of creativity and lots of fervor pops up in the making of nativity sets especially when you think to do differently every year…
We love the island of Santorini in Greece classically for the houses with its unique structure and style! So this year, we came up with an idea to replicate Santorini styled houses in our manger scene.
Here’s how to do:
The base is made of thermocol sheets and then it is coated with a mixture of saw dust, plaster of Paris, ceramic powder and fevicol.
Finally, it is painted with Asian paints and allowed it to dry for a day. We did small bowls and tiny fruits made out of clay.
I have come into the world as light so that no one who believes in me should not abide in the darkness… – John 12:46
Merry Christmas to all of you!!