How Do You Make A Christmas Village Economically?
Have you seen Christmas Villages on display but find they are too expensive to do for your own home? Learn how to make a Christmas Village the economical way. After Christmas, start going to yard and church sales. People will start getting rid of Christmas items. You can buy large houses and churches for as little as $2.00 each. People and animals – .10 cents. If possible, try to get the lighting that goes with each house, shop or church. Sometimes you can get a whole set that consists of 5 or 6 buildings. Carry a list of what you want in your village. When you find a piece, check it off. You will need to buy at least 7 houses, church, retail shops to make the village complete. Other items to make a Christmas scene such as trees, bridges, lights, and fence may be found tucked in the bottom of a box or basket. Watch for rolls or bags of white filling that can be used as snow. Be careful with what you buy. Do you want a “large” Christmas Village or a “small” one. Some buildings are bigge