Various Christmas Tree Creations From Palawija, Umbrellas to Bamboo

Various Christmas Tree Creations From Palawija, Umbrellas to Bamboo

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Various Christmas Tree Creations From Palawija, Umbrellas to Bamboo. A number of creations were made to welcome Christmas. Like in Badung, Bali, there are Christmas tree creations made from secondary crops.

Apart from that, we also went to Kelaten, Central Java. There are interesting Christmas trees made from used umbrellas, colorful. Christmas attribute creations can be made from any material, such as this 7 m high Christmas tree.

Located at the Tegal Jaya Bandung Bali khalwa house, tree creations are made from various secondary crops. Just look at the 400 coconuts, 60 kg of corn, rice and dozens of dry reeds arranged in a towering cone shape. And to complete this Christmas tree made from natural materials, the management spent up to IDR 7 million.

Various Christmas Tree Creations From Palawija, Umbrellas to Bamboo

This Christmas tree is made from umbrellas and is located in the yard of the church of Santa Maria, Mother of Christ in Klaten, Central Java. This Christmas tree is composed of 100 colorfully painted umbrellas. It takes 3 days to assemble these used umbrellas into a Christmas tree.

Church officials admit that this is the diversity between people who mutually protect humanity. Apart from that, it also means the variety of people’s choices in the political year. But it seems harmonious. Meanwhile, in Mamasa Regency, West Sulawesi, residents are getting creative in building Christmas trees made from bamboo and alang-alang grass.

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According to residents, the process of making a Christmas tree does not take a long time and the cost is also cheaper. This 2.5 meter high Christmas tree is decorated with Christmas ornaments using colorful light bulbs. Apart from showing concern for the environment, using natural materials is a way for local residents to reminisce about past habits, where bamboo and alang-alang grass were used by residents to make roofs for their houses.

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