Published at Wednesday, December 06th 2017. by roger in Christmas Season.
Christmas Trees Christmas tree decoration is the most important part in Christmas. You can buy a Christmas tree from your nearest store or you can also arrange it by yourself. The process of decorating light is pretty easy and to make your Christmas tree more attractive and unique, you can add some ornaments. If you have a proper tree growing in garden then it will be a good idea to decorate that one. But it will be good to have a Christmas tree inside your home
Another easy tip for updating your Christmas decorations is to purchase a new wreath for your front door or mantle. Christmas wreaths make classy focal points that complement Christmas trees. Pick a wreath that has a beautiful bow and some other tasteful decorations to add an extra touch of holiday spirit to your decor. You can choose a decorative, fake wreath that will keep for years, or a fresh wreath that you can display for the month of December and a few weeks after, depending on the type and care needed.
Its not hard. One of the best ways to step back from the brink, slow down and restore some sanity to the holidays is to ditch the electric lights and LED Christmas lights and go green. Replace your energy-gobbling lights with Real Christmas Tree Candles. Or use fewer electric lights and add Christmas Candles. Either way, you wont regret it. The sight of your Christmas tree awash in the natural glow of real candlelight will stop your friends and family in their tracks and make them go weak in the knees. Its radiant and indescribably beautiful.
To add the final touches, feel free to add other stickers or embellishments that you have on hand. Keep it simple as as we dont want to take the attention away from the kids artwork in itself. You can also add a border around the edge of the card. And there you have it, the cutest Christmas cards, and the most original, you will see because they are handmade by you and your kids. Those receiving these cards will love them. Remember to take photos of the kids making the cards and of the cards themselves to remind the kids of the fun you had.
Are you planning to make your own Christmas cards for the upcoming holidays? Are you worried about the funding associated with buying numerous gifts? Worry no more because you can save money by making your own greeting cards. Christmas is not only the time to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, but it is also the season of gift giving and sharing of blessings to friends, loved ones, colleagues and less fortunate individuals.
Set the kids up with their artwork and old cards and get them to cut their work down to a size that will fit neatly onto your card. If you are using a standard card size of 148mm x 105mm (A4 cut in half, then folded in half) a square of 90mmx90mm will fit nicely. Accuracy isnt important; it will add to the overall charm of the cards. Get a pile of these and keep the leftover pieces too - they can be used to create a collage.