Published at Friday, February 15th, 2019 - 04:09:28 AM. Christmas Decorations. By Lorraine Ferrier.
Some of the most unique Christmas decorations are those displayed in lights. Many people tour neighborhoods that have a large number of yards with beautifully decorated Christmas lights and scenes that portray Jolly Old Saint Nick, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, snowmen, penguins, and other winter wonders. Some neighborhoods even have light decorating contests and open tours to invite visitors to marvel at the sight of their hard work. The traditional nativity scene can also be seen in the yards of those who hope to convey the true meaning of Christmas to passersby. A giant manger with large nativity figurines is not an uncommon sight – especially at the front of a church during the holiday season.
Christmas Music: No Christmas is complete without Christmas music wafting throughout the house. It is great to play during meal times, soft muted Christmas carols or instrumentals, and it's also fantastic to work to, to decorate to and to bake to. Make sure you have a big enough selection though so you're not listening to the same songs or album over and over again. Once Christmas is over, pack away the Christmas music till next year. Pine Cones: If you live in an area where you can freely gather pine cones, do so. They make great Christmas decorations. Either leave them natural looking, or you can paint them silver or gold, or even spray 'snow' on them. Scatter them under the tree and in other areas around your room, to add to the Christmas look.
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