Anyone can throw some lights
on a tree, but a beautifully decorated Christmas tree
can light up the holiday spirit of everyone who sees it. Make sure your Christmas tree looks exquisite and classic by decorating with elegance. You'll need some planning time and a budget for ornaments, and then arrange all the decorations in order.
Examine your Christmas tree and collection closely and ask yourself: Is there an ornament that is particularly meaningful this year? Is there something that must
(out of tradition) be present every year? How do you envision your Christmas tree to look? For example, are you leaning towards bold and bright or would you prefer to keep the mood soft and serene? Then focus on your favorites and set aside the ones that naturally belong together.
instantly adds pops of color and rich texture to Christmas trees. These festive strands can also act as miracle workers concealing those inevitable bare spots that you swore weren't there when you picked out the Christmas tree. Start by committing to one color palette. Choose something with depth, like a deep crimson, and then soften it up with complementary tones in pale pink, charcoal grey, and creamy ivory. As long as you stick within the same color family, you can play up the fun, unexpected factor like wrapping branches with pompoms, mittens, and mini ornaments. When it comes to the technique, it's all in the wrist: softly drape (note: avoid firmly stuffing) the strands along the branches.
Think decorating Christmas tree on a budget is a mission impossible? Think again. If you're ready and willing to leave your comfort zone, this year's tree can make quite an impact. Here’s a trick: Skip the classic evergreen and pick a Christmas tree in an unexpected color like a winter white. The more untraditional the color, the bigger the impact it will make, which gives you the flexibility to go a little smaller on the size. When it comes to the ornaments, your existing collection should more than cover what this tree needs. Stick to one bold color so it really pops like red, magenta, or turquoise.
Christmas tree is the most important Christmas decorations that will put you in the holiday spirit. Therefore, you have no reason to not make it the best. Decorating a Christmas tree is an ancient tradition, but the decorating of Christmas tree is full of new ideas. Whether you prefer the more traditional decor style or like those weird ideas, every year you have to come up with new ideas, and make it look different. In order to achieve it, it needs a little effort.