Taking a eco-friendly approach to holiday decorating may save yourself money, storage space, and also help save the environment on the way. Read on for some easy ideas that could give your home a festive look, the natural manner.
Decorating for the holidays can be time consuming and costly, and their non-recyclable materials frequently wind up in landfills.
Take an eco friendly approach having an evergreen garland. You can discover natural garlands in Christmas tree stands and farms make your own at a weekend. Gather evergreen trimmings out of your lawn and wrap long bunches with wire or twine, overlapping them to create long strings of pine, cedar or fir. String them together the mantle or banister.
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Drape an evergreen garland round a mantel or bookshelf for an instant Christmas look. Accent with pinecones collected from a hike in the woods.
Do not overlook the exterior of your home and add some cheer to a front porch. Prep your mailbox or flower box using evergreen trimmings, berries, and a few candy canes.
Wrapping an entire banister in evergreen boughs appear to be a hassle? Create a simple focal point in the base of your stairs with a swag of greenery wrapped in a festive decoration.
If winters are hot where you live, take your holiday feast outdoors. Enjoy a meal in a table decorated with what is around you.
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Put a candle on a glass pedestal and combine it with walnuts for an easy, tasteful seasonal centerpiece.
Do not forget about your washroom when decorating for the holidays! Put a few pine boughs round your bathroom sink or round your own mirror.
A bowl of acorns and garnish with red berries is a eco-friendly method to decorate your mantle.
When the holidays are completed, return to character to decompose. Enjoy your free and effortless decorating, and less clutter around your home!
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