Mine is very unique because it is a hob-cobble of various pieces. It's also been described as very ugly. But you know what? I don't care because every single piece of it is so special to me.
My mom added the shiny plastic angels and the shiny plastic wisemen on their camels. When I was little this set under our aluminum tree and when the light wheel spun it's colors on the wisemen it looked just like they lit up and I would lie under the tree and watch it until sometimes I would fall asleep. The sheep I won in Bible school when I was little by memorizing verses and the chicken my son added when he was about 3 or 4.
The colors on the wisemen are starting to wear off now.
The actual stable my husband made for me when we first got married 31 years ago.
Just like me, my Nativity set is imperfect. It's not beautiful, fancy or costly. But I wouldn't trade it for a million dollars! Every year when I set out all the figures I think about how my grandmother and mom would put it out each year and it brings me closer to both of those dear ladies who are celebrating Christmas with Jesus.
Hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas!