During the 12 days of Christmas people celebrate, mostly with their homes. Of course, maybe you want to make these 12 days your very special 12 days because you really like Christmas and everything it holds for us, like presents and such. To do that we figured out 12 things that will help you to bring up the 12 magic days of Christmas.
Day 1: Garland
One of the easiest and most common ways to decorate for Christmas is with garland. You can buy garland at most stores, or make your own out of materials like evergreen branches, berries, and ornaments. Drape it around doorways, windows, mantles, and anywhere else you want to add some holiday cheer.
Day 2: Wreaths
Wreaths are another popular way to decorate for Christmas. There are many different types of wreaths you can make or buy, from traditional green wreaths with red berries to more creative options like snowman or candy cane wreaths. Hang them on doors, walls, or even ceilings.
Day 3: Christmas Trees
A classic way to decorate for Christmas is with a real or artificial Christmas tree. If you have a real tree, be sure to water it regularly and keep it in a sunny spot so it stays green. If you have an artificial tree, choose one that’s big enough to fit all of your ornaments. Decorate the tree with lights, ornaments, tinsel, and other festive decorations.
Day 4: Stockings
Another traditional holiday decoration is stockings. Hang stockings on the mantelpiece or on a door handle, and fill them with treats and small gifts like candy, toys, and money.
Day 5: Lights
One of the most popular ways to decorate for Christmas is with lights. Decorate your house inside and out with Christmas lights, or string them around trees and bushes in your yard.
Day 6: Candles
Candles are another great way to decorate for Christmas. Use candles in the house, on the mantlepiece, or outside near your front door to add a cozy and festive feeling to your home this holiday season.
Day 7: Ornaments
One of the most fun parts of decorating for Christmas is picking out ornaments for your tree. Choose ornaments that represent your family’s personality and holiday traditions, or go with a theme like winter animals or snowflakes.
Day 8: Ribbons and Bows
Ribbons and bows are a quick and easy way to add some festive flair to your Christmas decorations. Drape them around doorways, windows, and trees, or tie them into bows and hang them from the branches of your Christmas tree. You can also use them as a garland or make a ribbon wreath.
Day 9: Gift Wrap
One way to decorate for Christmas is with the gift wrap. Cut out snowflakes from your old wrapping paper and glue them to the walls, or drape it over furniture and other decorations. You can also use origami paper to make snowflakes, or print out holiday-themed images and cut them into fun shapes.
Day 10: Pinecones & Berries
You can use berries and pinecones to decorate for Christmas in several ways, including stringing pinecones together with twine and hanging them on the wall, framing pictures of your family with branches covered in red berries, or making memory ornaments with pictures of your family and pinecones.
Day 11: Bows
Bows are a quick and easy way to add some festive flair to your Christmas decorations. Drape them around doorways, windows, and trees, or tie them into bows and hang them from the branches of your Christmas tree. You can also use them as a garland or make a ribbon wreath.
Day 12: Christmas Decorations Outside
One of the best ways to get into the Christmas spirit is to decorate your house and yard for the holiday. There are many different things you can do, from putting up a Christmas tree in your front yard to hanging lights and ornaments around your house. Get creative and have fun with it.
We hope you enjoyed these 12 days of Christmas decorating ideas. Merry Christmas!