For Christmas, the home is bedecked in all its nicest Christmas finery but this is not to say that you should neglect the environment.
You can choose decorations in natural materials such as wood or felt. Stop using plastic Christmas ornaments and prefer to hang wooden decorations that will give an authentic touch to your tree instead. Driftwood is also very trendy this season. Small hearts, stars or mini-fir trees will settle down at the end of branches or will take place in the form of garlands around your tree. For a bit of sweetness in your decorations, consider also felt or wool for warmth and natural decorations.
Handmade decorations are also really ecological decorations. You can get start with making small objects to hang. For example, you can retrieve branches to make small bundles that will serve as balls. Simply make a few holes and add a bit of twist. For original decorations, you can cut out shapes as stars or trees in old tissues to perform a deco recycling. Similarly, do not hesitate to divert objects to make Christmas decorations: candy, for example, can be placed on Christmas tree before it’s eaten.
Additionally, the trend of this year will be the maxi wood, written or other material, used as Christmas decorations for private or public environments. In addition to buying them, you can also implement them. It is really simple, just use: 3d letters; gold paint; decorative sheets; glue; pencil; and scissors. Paint the letters with the gold paint, so that, they will have a magnificent color. Let it dry well. Use the same letters for gluing shapes on the facade. Place the template and paste it. Finally … you’re done!
So what do you think? Like the idea?