The alluring Christmas atmosphere is something that touches everyone emotionally and we naturally become more loving and gentle with family and friends. We often talk about, how important is to make these feelings last throughout the year, and one of the best ways to keep a reminder of them is to craft something ourselves, to involve ourselves mentally and physically in the “giving love” process. This of course, is the more profound reason, there’s so much to it. It’s rewarding and shows care towards others and it’ll give your celebratory decoration a very unique and individual touch.
Don’t miss the most distinctive feature of the Christmas décor – the Christmas tree. You can have a totally different definition of a Christmas tree, just keep the visual pyramid structure, so that it’s still recognisable. It can be very schematic, practically anything with a pyramidal outlook- use few pallets in different sizes and you could end up with some storage space, you can fill it up with candles or other hand-made ornaments… and presents.
Use a lot of natural materials, paper, wood, crochet pieces you need a lot of organic vibe when decorating yourselves. Try to invent a cozy and romantic decoration, use the resources of your home, if you have a fireplace – it’ll make a gorgeous centerpiece and it’s an awesome thing to have as a focal point in the living room.
Another paper based idea is all the origami ideas for balls and peculiar stars, you can positively get lost in those and they’re definitely worth their making time. We saved something for last, the “bottle glitter”. Fill in some empty glass bottles with Christmas wire lamps, switch on and watch the light display. That’s a promise for a magical and creative Christmas!