A few weeks ago, a Christmas Tree of your own made of cardboard and tin foil came in handy for a family of four.
The little tree, named St. Nicholas, was installed outside their home in California’s Mojave Desert.
It was decorated with tin foil and painted Christmas lights.
The decorations were handmade and were only made by hand.
It took the couple, who were both home-schooled, months to craft the Christmas tree.
They eventually finished the project, but it was a painstaking process.
The family says it took two days to finish, and it took about a week to get it all installed.
Here’s what it looked like from the outside: In the video above, you can see the Christmas decorations.
Inside, they’re working on putting up a makeshift Christmas tree that was decorated like the one outside the home.
The couple says the Christmas Tree has been a blessing to the family, who say it has inspired them to do things for others.
The video also shows the family getting a picture taken with the tree.
The couple says they’re grateful for the Christmas lights and the attention the tree has gotten from other people.
The entire project was funded through a GoFundMe campaign, but they don’t expect to recoup their investment.
“It was really nice to see a community come together to help us get the lights installed,” said Stacey Loeffler, the couple’s daughter.
“It was very gratifying to see people come out and give back to the community.
It’s just really nice.”
The Christmas Tree was installed in the Mojave desert by family member.
The home has been closed off from the public for several months due to wildfires in California.