Did you know that more than two-thirds of all the galaxies in our universe have a shape of a spiral, including our Milky Way? Our galaxy spans approximately 1.9 million light years and there's also a supermassive black hole called Sagittarius A sitting at the galactic center of our Milky Way, which has a mass of 4.1 million suns. Nothing escapes its' gravitational force. What if we would try and model such a galaxy? While physicists implement various simulations of the cosmos in massive supercomputers, we will try to code a Christmas decoration, shape of which is inspired by our Milky Way and understand the intricacies of coding such geometries.