Christmas 2021: Christmas celebrations are just a week away. An important aspect of celebrations is decoration. During the holidays, we don’t just give ourselves a makeover, but our home as well. Decorations bring a spirit of freshness and positivity into our lives. Below are some decorating tips to brighten up your home this Christmas.
Pine or fir trees are traditionally used during Christmas and are the quintessential decor. One can also buy artificial trees in gift shops, but the aroma of the pines or pines will be missing. Christmas trees are decorated with decorative balls, small gift boxes, ribbons, bells and stars. To make the trees glow, one can wrap them with string lights.
Tinsels are the thin foil strips attached to a long wire. They add color and sparkle to homes during celebrations. They were originally made with lead, but were discontinued due to health concerns. Modern tinsels are made of PVC that is given a metallic finish. Tinsel garlands, available in many colors, can be hung on walls, on the roof, above window frames or on the Christmas tree.
Christmas wreaths are an indispensable part of the Christmas iconography. They are made with leaves of evergreens in addition to twigs, flowers and fruit. The circular shape of the wreath symbolically symbolizes the cyclical and thus eternal nature of life and God’s love. Wreaths are usually hung on doors, windows, in the kitchen and above our beds.
These empty sock-shaped bags are hung around the house in hopes that Santa will fill them with gifts for children. Colorful Christmas stockings can be hung on the headboard above children’s beds. They can be hung outside doors, on windows, stacked on top of each other, and hung on dining or study tables at dinner.
Christmas lights make the festive evening even more cheerful. These can be string lights, lights in the shape of stars, planets, snowflakes or just ordinary mini lamps.
The lamps can be hung from the ceiling, in glass jars, placed on stairs and hung on balconies.
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