Among the most waited upon festivities is just around the corner, this is the best time to get your creative ideas in top gear and decorate not only your house but even the garden and let people know how creative you can be. However, this is quite some tricky business because with all those ideas ringing in your head it is very easy to end up with a very crowded look that might turn away many heads rather than impressing the eyes.
If you want to impress you have to start right outside your doorstep. Make fabulous wreaths to hang at the door. You can also add some front porch decorations. This will be like your hooking line. If you get them right several neighbors might want to see what you’ve done in the inside. You could also put up some lights here that would look stunning especially at night. Inside it is safer to go for a natural look.
Don’t put so much on the walls just enough with proper spacing. Also have a corner for the one thing that never misses at any Christmas. That is the tree. Make sure it is somewhere where everyone would definitely see. Here you can go wild but be sure to choose a particular theme not to overload the tree and make it look messy.
After seeing your house, your now intrigued guests will want to see what you’ve done with your garden. Don’t let them down. Prepare something that will knock their Christmas hats off their heads. The snow that falls around this time would be an advantage because it gives a contrast between its white color and the gardens dark green colors. Hope you already see how that coloration could work for you.
You can use accented figures and have a manger tucked somewhere with some dim lighting to create that emotional yet somber feeling of what the festivity is really about. Let the kids put a snowman and dress him up with some Christmas colors it will add that festivity feeling. However, remember to keep in mind the size of your garden. The larger the size the more you can put up. After that just sit back and watch your family and friends awe at your creativity.