If you are looking to have a great time this holiday but you are still pondering on how you would do so, I will be showing you how well you can make superb and unique Christmas decorations. I will also show you how to pick the right tree attachments and lights that would match your style.
Christmas is a lot of things to a lot of people. But there is something common to everybody- Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year to have fun! Christmas décor as a family is an awesome way to bond and relive good memories of the year.
Use accents- they do the shine for you!
While spending for Christmas, you also have to watch out for overspending. One perfect way to do this is to use accents. I suppose the average person gets tempted to have decorations like the ones you see in movies. However, I suggest that you go a little more modest in your move to create awesome designs. This would not diminish the creativity that your mind has birthed.
I proffer that you instead go for tiny objects that make the loudest noise. This could include using white floral on trees, some splash of garland, and you are good to go.
I also use bright throw pillows and cushions to liven the atmosphere in my space. If you want to go traditional, I suggest that you go for Santa figurines including sleds, snowmen, icy hills, mountains, and some deer- on your centerpiece design. You can also throw in a little bit of green such as foliage from the flower garden around your home to enhance naturalness even on a tight budget.
Furthermore, you can create lovely abstract décor designs such as abstract paintings from the neighborhood sales or right about any item around your home that will keep the guests thinking while they munch away on your food.
Keep the green- always
The color green has a special way of bringing life to anywhere it is put. Whether it is a fresh branch of a tree or any other biological item, it lights up your festive décor! But if you have a small budget and you can’t go into the woods to fetch pine cones and sticks, I suggest that you still infuse some green with an artificial Christmas tree. It works!
Christmas is a time to welcome everyone including the guy down the streets who keeps to himself. I always advise homes to go simple when creating DIY inviting looks. You can leverage your imagination and the little things that don’t seem to really matter around the home.
Your handmade assortment can create a lot more magic than you can ever think!
What Christmas tree should you get this season?
I think this question can only be answered by another question: what kind of Christmas tree do you prefer- artificial or natural?
Your style goes a long way into determining the kind of tree you buy at the store during your Christmas shopping. However, it also shouldn’t stop there. If you have concerns about deforestation, you may go for synthetic trees. Also, if you have a small space in your home or you can’t maintain a natural tree, you can always go for the artificial one. It will help you manage space and save you from the stress of keeping the plant alive.
After choosing the trees you’d love, you can move on to your Christmas tree décor fully.
How your Christmas tree will look also depends on your taste and budget as well. If you can afford it, you can be extravagant with your designs. That is, you can splurge on Christmas lights and themed ornaments.
On the flip side, you might want to be modest. In that case, I would suggest making colorful DIY shapes out of anything you can find. Personal and handmade ornaments are always endearing.
When can I put up my tree- before or during Christmas?
Setting your Christmas tree might take more effort than you may have planned. So, I recommend that you do it before then. Some days after Thanksgiving would do just great.
It is very common to see people pull down their tree in the first week of the New Year. But it all depends on your taste. As long as you don’t leave it hanging till Easter, I guess nobody would mind…