There’s an unbound happiness surround us when depicting the scene of Jesus Christ’s birth. It was popularized, way back in the year 1223 by St. Francis Assisi, creating the first nativity scene at Greccio.
Creating a Christmas crib as part of Christmas celebration is a fun-filled activity with families around. As always, this year we did a simple manger scene with clay, wooden sticks and date palm leaves.
Here’s how to make easy Christmas crib
First, a layer of sand is filled to cover the plastic sheet. Then, a cuboidal structure is made with wooden sticks over the sand layer.
We used earthen clay to make wall covering the cuboid to resemble stable. We covered the top with date palm leaves.
When they saw the star, they rejoiced – Mathew 2:10
Merry Christmas to all…