The period leading up to the holidays is a good time for creativity. The garden is back in service to offer you all the essential ingredients for a magical Christmas. This year, try green and red with our Christmas decoration ideas! These two complementary colors intensify each other to sign the most beautiful Christmas decorations, those of our childhood. Our children are not mistaken. When we ask them to comment on the Christmas decoration, they often go spontaneously towards these two strong colors, which cross the generations. If, in the past, we completed this red-green duo with touches of gold, rather than the latter materials gleaned directly from the garden or at random from your seasonal walks, for a more natural look. Dry branches, pine cones, fir cones, lichens, mosses, ivy, willow and dogwood twigs, stems of wild clematis… nature abounds with a thousand finds! Combined with household objects or diverted from their primary function, your finds will transform any of your settings, inviting young and old to the party. Continue reading Ideas for Plant-based Christmas Decorations to Make Yourself
It may seem early, but Christmas decorations are already in place in some shops and high streets, so why not start to think about the decoration of your home for the festive season. Thinking about your Christmas decoration early , allows you to find ideas and tips, and can save money compared to buying everything at the last moment.
Christmas is just around the corner and brings with it its fair share of festivities, glitter, lights and gifts. It is a magical period in decoration. Because our homes, in addition to putting on their winter coats, are loaded with pretty red touches and wonderful garlands. Of course, this is the opportunity to offer you a ton of inspiration. Continue reading Inspiration for Christmas decoration