12 Days of Christmas {Day 7: Dayspring}

Today is the 7th day of the 12 days of Christmas Reviews & Giveaways 2015!


On the 7th day of Christmas, day2day joys gave to me…

An inspiring nativity silhouette trio that beautifully depicts the first Christmas from DayspringThis is perfect for this time of the year to place on your mantel or anywhere to remember the true reason for the season.  Dayspring Nativity Set #Giveaway

These frosted hurricane luminaries are placed on wood bases and circled with metal silhouettes of the Holy Family, the Three Wisemen, and the Shepherds. 

“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.”  Luke 2:11

Dayspring is all about helping us encourage others, whether it’s through their cards, stationary or decor. Their mission is to know God, to demonstrate His Kingdom, and to help people throughout the world know and share His love by providing Christians with tools of communication that express God’s heart in fresh, new ways.

Dayspring wants to connect people with the heart of God through messages of hope and encouragement every day, everywhere. AND this nativity trio fits perfectly within those guidelines. 

Features of the Nativity Hurricane Candle Trio

  • 3 frosted glass hurricanes
  • 3 metal silhouettes
  • 3 wooden bases
    Large – 11″H; base 5 1/2″
  • Medium – 9″H; base 5 1/2″
  • Small – 7″H; base 5 1/2″
  • Candles not included

Now for my review:

I was given this nativity trio from Dayspring

The package came very well protected in styrofoam to keep the hurricanes from braking as well as keep as storage for years to come.  Dayspring Nativity Giveaway

The hurricanes are made up of thick glass that is frosted. This allows for a decorative, subtle accent of sophistication. Especially when a tea light, candle or electronic candle is placed inside. The diameter of each piece is plenty big for a large candle if you wanted to put one inside. 

The metal silhouette seems very strong. And the wooden base is a nice dark stained color. Each piece is separate. You can put each silhouette in whichever order you want. I put it in order of the events but you could also place the manger in the middle and the other two pieces on the outside.  Dayspring Nativity Giveaway

What I Liked:
  1. The sturdiness of each piece
  2. That this represents the true meaning of Christmas 
  3. Dayspring is a Christian company
What I didn’t Like:
  1. Nothing!
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Disclaimer: I, Rachel, was given the product(s), to review with my fair and honest opinions. If you would like more info or to have a product reviewed, please contact Rachel.

**ALL of the 12 Days of Christmas giveaways end on December 7, 2015 at 11:59pm EST and is open to USA & Canada residents ONLY. One lucky winner will be chosen using rafflecopter and be notified by email. The winner will have 3 days to respond with their contact information, if they do not respond a new winner will be chosen. Must be 18 to enter. No purchase Necessary.

How do you decorate for Christmas with keeping Christ at the center of the season? 

About Rachel

Rachel is a mother to four children and a wife to a wellness doctor. Her passions are faith, family, and health. You can find her writing about her family adventures and inspiring you to make healthier choices for your family.


  1. Kimberly Jones says:

    I do two things to keep Jesus in the season of Christmas when I decorate. First, I collect nativity scenes, so there are several on display. We also have one tree dedicated to religious ornaments that depict Jesus, the Nativity, angels, and the wise men.

  2. Gina Rock says:

    I decorate for Christmas by using a Navity scene at the center of everything!

  3. We don’t decorate with Santa or use Elf on the Shelf. We have multiple nativities around and try to talk with our children about the reason we celebrate. =)

  4. I try to put a nativity scene in each room.

  5. We have multiple nativity scenes throughout the house so the kids can start to understand!

  6. Nice giveaway! I love this idea!

  7. carol clark says:

    we have candles and we have a set of jesus and the three wise men all lite up

  8. We have a nativity set and each of the kids has their own in their rooms. I also don’t use any Santa decorations.

  9. Ceri yates says:

    We have a little people nativity scene that is constantly played with and talked about.

  10. Janelle K. says:

    We have several nativities throughout the house, and read an advent story each night with the kids.

  11. brittney Johnson says:

    We have little people nativity scene toy, that we play with and tell the story of Christmas. I also have decorations all throughout the house of Jesus in the manger. I have an ornament of the nativity scene that hangs up in the house all year round.

  12. We have nativity sets. We have a theme of JOY in our decorating. We try to incorporate it in our tree decorations and other decorations around the house.

  13. We have a special nativity set (handed down to me from my grandmother) and a children’s nativity. We also are doing an advent study this year that has special coloring pages and ornaments that we will be displaying. Our fireplace has a “Noel” piece on it too.

  14. My husband and I each have Nativity sets that we put up. We also have a wooden cross that’s carved with a sillouette of Bethlehem hanging on the wall.

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