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Win an African Banana Fiber Nativity!

December 11, 2014 4 Comments

Artisans in Kenya and Uganda use the fiber of banana palm trees to form the figures in this all-natural, African nativity scene.

The star-topped box transforms into a stable for Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. Surrounding the holy family are three wise men bearing gifts, a lamb, and three shepherds playing musical instruments are also represented. Ten figures in total are included, each an impressively handcrafted sculpture.

Retail value is $36. One nativity will be given to a randomly selected winner. Contest runs from 1:30 PM on 12/11 to 1:30 PM on 12/19.

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4 Responses

Kaeleigh Jordan
Kaeleigh Jordan

December 13, 2014

Beautiful piece that I would love to have in my new apartment! I just moved out of my moms house in February and would love this for my first Christmas in my place! :) Good luck everybody and thanks!

deborah penney
deborah penney

December 12, 2014

27" African basket w/lid earthtone

Amanda C.
Amanda C.

December 12, 2014

Such a neat Nativity Scene. This would definitely be a conversation piece. My husband and I don’t have a Nativity Scene; this would be great! Thanks for the giveaway.

Ann
Ann

December 11, 2014

Is there any country restrictions for this giveaway?

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