It's Christmas again! Christmas tree, stars, lights , crib – check. Have you been decking up your home in the most conventional way each year? This time, why not take a deviation from the traditional ways? We bet that this is the most ideal time to decorate your homes. Here at Onmanorama Decor, we tell you some of the most easiest, yet trendy ideas to turn your home into a heaven.
Organic Christmas tree
A Christmas tree is the heart and soul of the festival. Selecting a tree, and growing it would be the ideal way, but it could be difficult in the present times. The next easiest possible way is to get one ready from the market. But this time, make sure you adorn it in a different way and hue. If you are a nature lover, you can opt for an organic decoration such as a pineapple tree.
DIY (do it yourself) candles using snowman is a trend this season. Before setting up or buying a snowman, install some LED lights or fragrant candles inside them. This will not only keep your home in a Christmas mood but will also soothe the air inside the rooms. Make sure there is a small space for the air to escape out from the snowman.
Organic gift wrapping
While gifting your dear and near ones, make sure you use only recyclable products. An organic package will add a special touch to your gifts. Not only are they nature-friendly but also are cost effective. You may use jute pieces, ropes and olive leaves while packing gifts. Use DIY wax seals for stamping them.
Deck up the doors of your home using red colored Croatia dolls. They add a magical charm to your rooms and are also easily available. If you are a master of knitting, these dolls can be made by you at home.
A very easy way to add some sparkle to your home is to use some snow flakes made of paper. Plenty DIY videos to make paper snow flakes are available on the Internet. Hang them against a colorful wall in all shapes and sizes.
Wine cork Christmas wreath
Save up some old bottle corks. You can make an innovative Christmas wreath using them. Stick them up around a circular frame (the one used for fabric painting) and adorn them with a red beautiful tie.
Yarn Christmas tree
Use woolen yarns of different colors to make a mini replica of the tree. You can hang them at different places. It can be made in a few minutes. All you need to do is to apply some glue on a paper cone and roll the yarn over it. You can also try making a yarn ball by sticking them onto a balloon and later popping it after the wool dries
Remember, the most important part of celebrating the festival is in getting your family to participate. Get your kids to help you put in each of these ideas into shape.