Holiday Decorating Tips
A merry, festal time of year is approaching. The colder season gives everyone an excuse to show off their holiday gear. The year of 2015 is all about bigger, better, and cost efficient. One way to do this is making your own ornaments.
A Starry Night
Stars and the nighttime are ethereal parts of Christmas. Add one of nature’s gifts into the house as a simple, yet festive decoration.
Click here on how to make these stars for your home.
Build a Wreath
Need something to hang on your door or your office? All you need is a wire frame, some pipe cleaners, a bunch of poly mush, a few ornaments, and scissors. This easy DIY is great for people who want to make
Click here for the steps to make your own whimsical wreath!
Penguins from the North Pole
Make these adorable penguins that are perfect for perching on any flat surface. Look at how cute their little feet wobble.
Learn how to do this here.
Give Your Pinecones Some Warmth
Easily spruce up these little pinecones with some leftover yarn.
It’s Not Winter without Snow
Snowflakes are intricate decorations that brighten up living rooms or windows. They can be made with the kids for a nice family activity. Each snowflake is unique, so see what style you are by creating your own.
Click here for an easy tutorial on how to cut your own snowflakes.
Or watch this tutorial on YouTube for a step-by-step instruction.
Add Some Glam to the Christmas Tree
Christmas trees have their own very unique styles. For the year of 2015, add your own flair with these decorating ideas in courtesy of Pinterest. Sick of the normal red, white, and occasional blue trees? Opt for a vibrant pink or purple tree and decorate it with your favorite toys or your kid’s pictures. Easily transform your tree into a snowman by switching the usual star topper with the friendly Frosty the Snowman.
Bounce off ideas with friends or get together with your coworkers for a hot chocolate session. This season is going to be a winter fest of memories and traditions. Share your holiday decorating tips below in the comment section.