You’ll feel it in the air that Christmas is just around the corner. Shopping Malls, offices, campus and almost all establishments has been decorated with Christmas lights, ornaments, trees and a manger.
Have you already started decorating home? Here’s some Christmas decorating ideas for your sweet home.
The Christmas Tree
It is the shining center piece of your home. Mix classic silver and gold ornaments with beaded garland for a trendy yet traditional theme. Choose a tree color that fit your design. If you have an eclectic living room with purple color, then have a purple and pink flocked tree to accompany your design. For an expensive look on a budget, make a bright white tree trimmed with mini gold sunburst mirrors and preety pops of pink and red ornaments.
Christmas Wine Bottles
Just add white or silver spray paint to your wine bottles on different shapes and a tall magnum bottle, roll them in Epsom Salt or use glitter and arrange on a tray with some candles.
Use your classic bottles to light up your centerpiece, buffet or any mantle. Use battery powered LED lights to avoid having to cut into the glass. Don’t forget to strip the labels off the bottles.
Aside from waiting for Santa Clause to fill with small toys, candies, coins and other small gifts your empty sock or sock-shaped bag that is hung on Christmas Eve, it is also an essential part of any Christmas decorating scheme. Making your own Christmas Stocking is more fun. First, draw a stocking shape on paper and cut it out to make a template. Cut out the traced template (twice onto felt). Leave the top open after stitching the two stocking pieces together along sides. Have a contrasting colored felt and cut out fun shapes from it. Create an interesting pattern as you play around with your shapes. Adhere it with craft glue. You may label it by using rub-down letters to spell out name.
This sweet and fun Christmas Decor have become popular because your guests can sneak a snack at the end of the night or just take a piece of candy as a dessert after your mouthwatering dishes. A jar or bowl of confectionery can take the presentation to the next level by separating blue, red, green, yellow and silver-wrapped candy before layering in color-coded stripes.
Cookies in Snowy Scene is so easy to do. All you need are home made treats and left over sugar. Pour a few inches of white sugar in the jar to create a hefty base. Hide gingerbread men’s feet under the sugar (that looks like a snow) and layer them against the glass and each other until the landscape is full. Finish it off with a colorful ribbon or bow.