Add a warm gleam to your yard this Christmas season. This holiday season turn your old-fashioned illumination equipment’s into mysterious luminescence. Wrap your old-fashioned lantern posts in lush garland and gloves to give them a celestial look. Don’t forget to use LED Christmas lights for power saving.
As for entrance; you can build floral arrangements with pillars along your entry way. Wrap white and red lights around them. Place twig and evergreen wreaths on the top of the pillars. Green mesh stuff and red twigs found at craft stores also brings fun and earthy mood to your entrance.
Ornament your colorless doorway with traditional Christmas color scheme that contains green and red. Outline your door with garland, glowing lights and red bows to complement the hanging garland. A grouping of red flowers adds the perfect punch of holiday cheer.
Intertwine loops of garland with shining Christmas lights and embellish a porch or balcony. Big red bows will light up your visitor’s eyes!
Why don’t you incorporate your yard’s trees into this visual feast? A loose light string on a sparse tree gives the look of stars in the sky. A spotlight on a splendid wreath is going to light the way and create an impression of postcard. Cluster new and antique lanterns on a wooden table. You can change the levels of lanterns by means of pedestals and greet your holiday guests with this warm welcome.
Create a walkway with metal motives specially designed for outdoor use. Winter white lights can be used for giving dimension and beauty to exterior details. You can produce dramatic luminaries from paper bags. You just need a craft knife and scissors to start cutting out your own designs. Fill the buckets with snow and embed tall and thick candles into the buckets. Cylinder shaped class globes helps to keep candles from blowing out. Then surround your yard’s trees with these shining buckets.