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Do you have flour and silver paper? ... Well, you already have what you need to set up a homemade nativity scene!
Recipe to build a nativity scene is an entertaining and curious poetry written by the Spanish writer Luis López de Anglada, National Prize for Literature in 1961.
In it he gives us the recipe to be able to assemble the Christmas birth with the children, with a little flour and silver paper. Something simple and very entertaining that children love to do every December 25.
Take silver paper: make a river
and put a bridge over it;
make a portal; put him in front
of paper and cardboard a hamlet.
Simulate the whiteness of the dew
a little bit of flour and, gently
make it descend slowly,
like the snow falls, white with cold.
Place the figures one by one,
the Virgin and Joseph next to the cradle
and in it the Child, in the lying manger.
And if after everything you have done
you feel that there is a star in your chest,
is that the Birth is finished.
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