Face it. After a year of people in general, smart, responsible, creative, mature, and go into loads of debt during the gala Christmas. Special foods, gifts, and decorate take their toll when, in January, and bills start rolling in.
But there are ways around this. Decorate the house with a beautiful holiday decor does not have to be expensive. Beauty is a combination of aesthetics and inciting the people of memories and emotions. Stores deliberately smell in the air with cinnamon and spices to make people feel good, and recall their memories of the past memories.
Candles Aren't Expensive
A simple pillar candle can be beautiful if it is setting in a bowl of cranberries, or peppermint candies.Simplicity is elegant. Some candle ideas are:
- Fill a mason jar with cranberries, or starlight mints and set a votive on top.this a gathering with several jars of different sizes.
- Use a large pillar candles are concentrated in some green space in the middle of the table.
- Put a votive in a glass of tea and sit on the old bowl of several books over the holiday wine.
-Set pillar candles of various sizes on saucers and surround with potpourri. By order of a table or mantle.
-Use a basket to fill with red and green apples.Put on a column candle holder in the middle of the basket.You may need to raise it up some with an overturned jar. If your basket is big enough, use three candles of varying heights.
Use What You Have
Perhaps you have a lot of things around the house who would be happy to get some attention, Accessories Holiday Christmas. Think about your own memories and include.
1.A basket or bowl filled with metal holiday cookie cutters and decorated with a festive bow.
2.Rag doll or teddy bear sitting on a pile of books, your favorite holiday (even cooking the books!)
3.Use your Christmas cards! Display them in groups, varying the height with books..or display them in a big wooden bowl or basket.
4.Have a cart or sled game? Placed by the front door filled with wrapped gifts (or even empty boxes wrapped). Add a bit of vintage wooden toys or stuffed animals, and if you want.
5.Hang ornaments or even cookies on ribbon in the windows
6.Dishes of nuts in a large shell, either with or nuts only with oranges in a bowl as well.
7.Download a Christmas screen saver on your computer
8.Fill a bowl of glass or crystal punch with Holiday Birth balls that do not need a tree or hangers that have lost them.
Bring the Outside In
Most people have evergreen trees of some sort available to them. Even the twigs and small branches of hardwood trees can look festive with a little care.
<>Cut boughs of evergreen and wire it together to make long swags to go up the banister or around the door. This takes a little practice but the results are beautiful.
<>Collecting pine cones arranged in a gift basket Holiday Birth or even a bag. To take a casual look of the fireplace set the bag on the side of it and let the pine cones to stretch to. You can spray paint them bronze, or gold, or you can glitter glue them to look dull, or spray them with fake snow.
<>Mass evergreen boughs on a fireplace mantle, atop kitchen cabinets or on china cabinets and armoires. Run the small twinkling lights through them if you like.
<>Make an evergreen wreath in the same way.
<>Spray paint twigs and small branches gold and gather them in bundles tied with ribbon.
Thrift Shops and Garage Sales
Thrift shops are an absolute treasure chest when it comes to holiday decor. Some people get new things every year and cast off their old. Sometimes the old ornaments and decorations just need a little sprucing up like the poor little tree on Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!
•Spray with fake snow as they herd.
•Glue ribbon around it.
•You can also roll in glue and cover with glitter
•Decoupage Holiday Birth wrap it
•You can paint glass ornaments and old. Decoration clean and use a fine sandpaper to get a bit loose paint off if necessary. Spray paint with the color of choice.
It can convert green areas and old with some fake snow, fake, and some ribbon and hot glue gun. Spray snow only on the green spaces and brackets to hot glue it.
Old magazines and books may have just the pictures or ads that you are looking for for decoupage projects or for laminating and turning into ornaments.
1.Tie or attach the brackets to the chairs and tables, light fixtures and door handles.
2.Create garlands by stringing popcorn and/or cranberries.
3.Hang several pairs of gloves, even a "clothesline" through a window.
4.String buttons on a homespun yarn or twine.
5.One year I made a quilt come to make the wall hanging with 24 appliqued stockings it, and leave the door open at the top. Every day the children got to get what was in the socks.
6.Let the kids make garlands from pasta shapes. Spray paint them first if you wish.
7.The use of candy cane in containers, vases .. Where ever.
8.Make the house ginger!
9.Cut an orange in thin rounds and dry in oven. Hang slices on the tree or windows or place in bowls.
10.Don't forget scent. Use scented candles in evergreen, orange, or spice scents.
Use Your Imagination
There are so many things you can do. Use your imagination to create a great home that welcomes your family and friends.
Remember it is not the things that are in it or how they are arranged but the warmth and welcome that emanates from it when you step inside!
We wish you healthy and beautiful holidays!
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