Every family wants to allow the holidays spirit into their house, as the holidays’ lights fill our homes with happiness and joy. And during the holidays season the main ingredient is “the more – the merrier”. The more guests at Christmas dinner – the merrier, the more food on the table – the merrier, and yes, the more holiday’s decorations – the merrier. Here’s a few ideas for decorating your home for the holidays, which will allow the holiday’s spirit to take over your home!
Pumpkin decorating is one of the most traditional decorations of both Halloween and Thanksgiving. First, it allows you and your family hours of fun activity. Second, it allows you to express your creativity. And third, it allows you to beautifully decorate your front yard, your front porch and your holiday’s table. The fun fact about pumpkin decorating, is that even though it is one of the most traditional decorations, every year we see new and creative pumpkin decorations.
Decorating the Christmas Tree
Decorating the Christmas tree is something the whole family should do together. Each family has their own special decorations, some of which are used along the years and some of it is hand craft created by the family members. And it is never too late to create your own special decorations that present each member of your family. You can decorate family’s photos and put it on the tree, you can create molds of each family member’s hand, each family member can design their own unique decoration using the countless ideas you can find online. For example: you can use origami technique in order to create your decoration made of colorful papers.
DIY Creative Decorations
During the holidays season you can find decorations in many stores and for cheap. But if you have the time, and want to spend it with your family in a fun activity for all ages, and to enjoy your own hand-made decorations, it is recommended to create your own holiday’s decorations. Be it Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas or the New Year – there are so many ideas you can take inspiration from. In order for the whole family to enjoy, choose decoration ideas that its level of difficulty suits each family member. You can choose simple easy-to-do decorations for the young kids, and challenge yourself and your teenagers with more complex decorations. That way, no one gets frustrated they can’t create it or bored because it is too easy for them.
Remember, the most important thing is to have fun and share the holiday’s spirits with your loved ones!