There isn’t an official time that you should begin decorating for the holidays. But, you want enough time to enjoy your efforts while making sure your decorations don’t wear out their welcome. If you’re ready to decorate in the middle of November then that’s the right time for you. Others may choose to decorate once Thanksgiving has passed, while others wait until December. As long as you are creating your winter wonderland with the right spirit, any time is the right time. Make a Christmas landscape to remember with these outdoor decorating tips.
Get into the Christmas Spirit
If you feel the spirit of Christmas and are ready to string the lights, it doesn’t hurt to enhance the mood by playing your favorite Christmas music and lighting some holiday-scented candles. You may even want to whip up your favorite Christmas beverage such as some rich eggnog or Christmas wassail that will waft throughout your home and create a warm and Christmas-friendly atmosphere. Continue reading “Outdoor Christmas Decorating Tips” →
Stroll down any street during the holidays, and you’re sure to be inspired by the wide variety of lighting arrangements you will see. Creating a beautiful light spectacle using your home and landscape as your canvas isn’t as difficult as it may seem – it just takes some vision, planning and lights – plenty of lights. Here are some helpful tips and tricks for outdoor decorating for the holidays:
Color Scheme and Theme
Maybe you have a certain color scheme in mind for the holidays and maybe that vision changes each year. Maybe lights are your favorite means of expressing your Christmas spirit, and you feel a sense of exhilaration when you creatively light up your outdoor artificial Christmas tree varieties. If you’ve found a Christmas tree clearance or Christmas tree sale and want to make your new trees the prime pieces in your light extravaganza, be sure you purchase enough lights to trim each tree or consider a pre-lit Christmas tree, as long as it fits with your overall color scheme. Create a vibrant palette with a broad spectrum of colors, or select a single color such as red, blue or white, and continue plotting your perfect color scheme.