Materials: Horse hair, Krylon silver glitter spray paint.
Cost: Only $5.35 if there’s a horse handy.
Materials: Bundle of fresh apocrine sweat glands, green spray paint, ribbon.
Christmas Tree Star
Materials: Nair al-Zaurak.
Materials: Chain saw, spruce tree, wood chipper, dump truck, continuous kraft pulp mill, Fourdrinier machine, reactive dye, dye vat, stencils, white spray paint.
Three Wise Men
Materials: François Englert, Peter Higgs, Tomas Tranströmer, rope, duct tape, white rental van, robes, myrrh, frankincense, gold (or pyrite for tight budgets).
Cost: $500 – $10,000
Realistic Nativity Scene
Materials: 5-Piece Holy Family and Three Kings Christmas Nativity Set, bucketful of afterbirth.
William Foster lives in Portland, Oregon.
Wow, that’s a pretty cheap pulp mill!
Also: this is awesome.
That afterbirth tag, it got me to LOL. To really actually LOL.
@notpollyanna You want everything to be covered with afterbirth this holiday season.
Make pasta angel ornaments! Take a ziti and glue it to a bowtie piece and glue that to a half-circle one and make arms, wings, head, etc! Spray paint it and its white!
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