Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Outdoor Nativity Set review

Recently I was given the opportunity to review an Outdoor Nativity Set. I wasn't sure how difficult it would be to put this together, but I can assure everyone that is was simple! Keep in mind, that I can't even put together a jigsaw puzzle that has more than 24 pieces (and that is a struggle! My brain in not wired for those things!). In just a matter of less than 5 minutes, though, I had put together this beautiful Nativity set. I have a link to an instructional video, but was excited to do this on my own.

Last night, set against the backdrop of evergreens, with the snow flurries swirling about, I was able to enjoy this simple, but beautiful reminder of why I celebrate Christmas. I really wish the snowflakes had shown up in the photo. :)

This is made from marine grade plastic this is lightweight, but durable. That means it is also easy to move. Assembled it is: 46.5" Wide x 50" Tall x 23" Deep.  My family assembled it on the porch, due to the rain, but took it apart so I could see for myself how easy it is to assemble and maneuver to the best location to showcase my new nativity. So, I can assure you that when it is time to put it away after Christmas, it is very easy to disassemble and store neatly until needed the next year. There is no worrying about finding a space for bulky figures.

For your convenience, here is the website address page links:
Outdoor Nativity Sets website
Outdoor Nativity Sets on Pinterest

Outdoor Nativity Sets on Facebook
Follow @OutdoorNativity

Not only can you order the basic set, but there are additional pieces also available for purchase. They have angels, shepherds, wisemen, a camel, a donkey, and a calf. Check out their page and get started on YOUR collection.

Company Info:

Launched in 2010, Outdoor Nativity Sets builds outdoor holiday decor products that can be shipped UPS and broken down for easy storage for the rest of the year. We offer a high quality AMERICAN MADE product at an affordable price.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products orservices mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

UPDATE: Dec. 21,2014
This is the 4th year my church has used this display and it still looks fantastic.


Misty said...

Awesome! That looks beautiful!

Lori C said...

Wow! you did it and it looks beautiful! Great review,too :)

Debra Brown said...

hjI am so proud of you. I know first hand how difficult this must hahjbpzqvove seemed to you.(since I have known you for 53 years]. It is beautiful!!!

David said...

Looks great!

Outdoor Nativity Sets said...

Glad you are enjoying your Outdoor Nativity Set

Cindy said...

Actually, it was put to even better use by mid-December. I loaned it to my church and they used it as the display out front, with a couple of spotlights on it. A lot of compliments and I did let people know where it came from.