Bring in the Holiday Cheer with These 5 Easy Steps

Growing up, we all have our family traditions throughout the year. But I’m sure many would agree that nothing can really compare to the traditions we share with our families around the Christmas holidays. Christmas brings out a lot of great childhood memories that we’ll forever cherish and would love to pass on to our kids. One of the things we get really excited about during Christmas is getting our home Christmas-ready!

Let’s capture the magic and brilliance of the season with these simple decorating tips:

1. Create A Warm Welcome


Greet your guests with seasonal style by adding large red ribbons & lights to your front entry. Another way to light up your front door is with a brilliant array of paper luminaries. Line them along front walks, driveways, and porches for a fiery Christmas display that’s so simple (and affordable) to pull off.

2. Put up your Christmas Tree

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The first thing that you will for sure need in your living room is a Christmas tree, because there is no Christmas without a Christmas tree. Chose the size and the color of the tree and decorate it with some wonderful Christmas ornaments. And don’t forget to put some gifts underneath the tree.

3. Adorn Your Gifts

Pretty up your presents by attaching bells or ornaments. Use the same color ribbon on all your packages under the Christmas tree to make a cohesive look with different patterned wrapping papers.

4. Put Out Holiday Pillows

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Make a quick switch from everyday to holiday by swapping out your throw pillows. It’s an inexpensive and easy way to redecorate a room and change your look for the Christmas season.

5. Decorate your Mantel

Bring a festive focal point to your living room or dining room by simply hanging Christmas garland and stockings along your mantel. The green leaves, colorful balls, ribbons and socks make a perfect Christmas combination!

Christmas is more than just a date on a calendar. This season isn’t about the tree or the gifts under it or the decorations we put up, but rather the gratitude and togetherness this time of year brings. It’s a season to celebrate all we have been given and all of those loved ones around us and the birth of our savior.