Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Unique Christmas Tree Decoration Ideas

Some New Ideas For Decorating Your Christmas Tree

Amidst all the ebbs and flows of the holiday season, you don't want to forget to get your tree and decorate it. You don't have to be an artist to decorate a tree; you can just go with what you feel fits. If you've never decorated one before or you want something other than the bland themes you've been doing, we have some ideas for you at P.T.R.C.


A Santa Tree

If you really want a little Ho Ho Ho in your Christmas celebration and love jolly old St. Nick, why not dedicate a tree to him? These kind of trees usually feature a lot of red and white ornaments such as snowmen, reindeer, candy canes, small jingle bells and a Santa hat on top of it. it goes even better with Santa stockings hung near it.

A Candle Tree

If you want a tree that includes a lot of ribbons and candles, this kind of tree can really give your Christmas spirit a warm look. Now you may be better off using electric lights that have a candle look to them, or else just put candles on with the lights that won't be lit, and that's for home safety reasons. If you are going to light them, you'd probably better watch them closely.

A Red Frame Tree

This tree has an assortment of paper ornaments that give it quite a unique look. It's mainly wrapped in garland and hanging from it are a lot of picture frames and even some ornaments with patriotic themes on them. This kind of tree is a good one if you like making your Christmas look a little commemorative.

A Three Kings Tree

If you like giving your tree a bit of a religious theme, you might the three kings style. This uses royal colors of purple, blue and gold in the tree balls and also has golden wrappings. It usually has an angel or a spire on top of it.

There are so many themes you can give your tree that it would be a shame to just let it sit in an undecorated state. Sometimes you just need one ornament here or there to get started decorating, and you can usually do it in about an hour or less. So make sure you take the time to give your tree a beautiful look, and from all of us here at P.T.R.C., have a happy holiday.




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