It’s never too early to start doing the things you love. All the tiny moments that lead up to the big celebration is what truly matters, right? (and then, there’s time for less stress and more fun). A Christmas decoration is any of several types of ornamentation used at Christmas time. I love nature and her beautiful palette, even as winter sets in she showcases a beautiful white, green and red color theme in honor of the impending holidays. The traditional colors of Christmas are pine green (evergreen), snow white, and heart red. Blue and white are often used to represent winter, or sometimes Hanukkah, which occurs around the same time. Gold and silver are also very common, as are just about any other metallic colours. Capture your favourite moments with this year’s holiday collection of sparkling decorations, bright lighting, bakeware, and everything you need to wrap your holiday gifts with flare.
No matter what holiday you celebrate, nothing says “holiday season” quite like strings of twinkling lights in your yard, your home and, yes, even on your bicycle. Add a dash of energy efficiency to your holiday cheer with LED lights.
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These ideas will have your whole house glowing for the holidays. In a child’s room or a hallway, a string-light tree is as festive as an evergreen. Use adhesive hooks to hang mini lights adorned with felt star ornaments that twinkle. In a child’s room or a hallway, a string-light tree is as festive as an evergreen. To create one, use adhesive hooks (four along the bottom, one at the top) to hang lights in the shape of a Christmas tree. Felt star ornaments add to the twinkle effect – ivory and white are particularly chic, but you can make them in any color.
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The holidays are almost upon us. Traditional Christmas decorations are warm and inviting, but those felt stockings, candy canes and wooden reindeer might not be a good fit for your home if you’re a fan of modern design. We’ve skipped the cliches in favor of what’s new, trending or simply irresistibly cool. Ready to be inspired?