Published at Thursday, February 14th, 2019 - 13:36:39 PM. Christmas Decorations. By Mavis Fortin.
Angels, Santa Claus, and various meaningful religious icons are the most common themes for Christmas decorations. Disney is also an emerging theme for indoor Christmas decorations in recent years as people stray away from traditional decorations for a taste of something different and reminiscent of their childhood memories. Outdoor Christmas are near and dear to many peoples' hearts as well. In addition to the lights strung on the Christmas tree, outdoor lights lavishly hung on the roof, windows, and in the yard of peoples' homes make for a bright, colorful display of Christmas spirit that lasts well into the New Year.
Decorate your Table and Bring out Christmas Table-wear: Look for your most Christmassy looking tablecloth and use that for your Christmas meals, and dinners leading up to Christmas. Also bring out your most colourful dinnerware and serve your meals on that. If you want to, you can invest in this type of tableware during the year, or over a few years, so that you gradually build up a special Christmas set. Again, once Christmas is over, tuck it away till next year. Table Piece: Design your own center piece for your table. It can be easily done with a sawn off tree branch, some ribbons, a bit of clay and candles. Be inventive and make up a natural looking Christmas center piece for your table. If you make it sturdy enough you can use it year after year.
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