Nativity in Outer Space

Introduction: Nativity in Outer Space

Each year, my grandchildren and I use to build a different Nativity landscape. The little statuettes are always the same, but the scenery is different. This year, my wife said "Why don't you try to create an outer space landscape?". So I went to my garage and looked for whatever could be useful: small IKEA spare parts, plastic boxes, and so on. I bought a gold paint spray and this is the result.

There is no need for any explanation, I guess. You just need a little imagination and a hot glue gun if you want to do something like that. Try and find what objects I took to create this!

OK: I know this is not what you can read in the Bible, but Christmas is universal, isn't it?

Merry Christmas to everybody!

P.S. I wanted to take part in the Instructables ThinkGeek Sci-Fi Contest, but I realized french people are not allowed to do it. How come?

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    6 Discussions

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    bskalak
    bskalak

    3 years ago

    I'm dying. This is too good.

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    scoochmaroo
    scoochmaroo

    7 years ago on Introduction

    This is very sweet and funny. How did the grandkids like it?

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    Papydom
    Papydom

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    They said: "Hey! That's crazy! We love it..."