There are many ways to decorate at Christmas. You do not need to choose the classic elements, you can prepare your home for these holidays following your own style. In addition, in recent years the parties have stopped being red, white and green. And every time we incorporate new colors, including fluorine and pastel. So, if you already want to put together the tree. But do not want to settle for the typical christmas tree ornaments, here are a few very inspiring and groundbreaking ideas. Christmas is a time to dream. We ask for wishes, we set our goals for the New Year and we review the one that goes away. I loved this idea with ball fill with glitter. Because it is a very nice symbol of all this and also a very simple detail for your Christmas tree.
And if it is about recycling, not only the decorations of previous Christmas are useful. With melted ampoules you can prepare a very nice garland to decorate a piece of furniture. Or add to the Christmas tree. Paint the vials or glitter petals of different colors and shapes. Then connect them with a wire. Although they are worn, they will continue to give light to your house these holidays. Dare to make the balls of the Christmas tree to your pint. And, in addition, all different. Use transparent balls and fill them with whatever you like: natural twigs, glitter, feathers … even candy! You will get a very personal twist to your tree. And also next year you can fill them in another way, it’s like having new decorations every Christmas!
If your wave is a little more modern and colorful. Go ahead and decorate your Christmas tree with origami. This season comes with everything and not only in the christmas tree ornaments! It occurs to me that in addition to glitter you can put inside the bottle a fold paper with a message. Use garlands to decorate the house and other small origami details on your table. Surely you will surprise your guests. Does not even origami convince you? Are you looking for something modern and sophisticated. But want to get away from the classic balls even more? I propose then that you throw yourself with geometry. This year we have used it a lot to decorate and the empty structures of geometric figures are still everywhere and they are a success. So, why not incorporate them also to our Christmas? I love!