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Beautiful Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas

Christmas tree is the most important Christmas decorations that will put you in the holiday spirit. Therefore, you have no reason to not make it the best. Decorating a Christmas tree is an ancient tradition, but the decorating of Christmas tree is full of new ideas. Whether you prefer the more traditional decor style or like those weird ideas, every year you have to come up with new ideas, and make it look different. In order to achieve it, it needs a little effort.

Our first advice is to choose a unique Christmas tree theme, so that you will not lose your direction. If you like the beach theme, you need to collect such fascinating decorations as shell, ropes, corals, and driftwood. All of these decorations can be bought from the store, but the handmade ornaments are more decorative. In addition, do not ignore the creative decorating tips, such as how to string lights or put lightning bulbs, how to place ornaments… Different ways can create amazing differences. Christmas is near and near, so it is time to search for decorating inspiration and ideas. That’s why we made this collection.











Christmas Celebration 2014

Christmas is one of those holidays that just seems to be filled with cheer and wonder. Whether you are celebrating a secular or religious Christmas, your day is sure to be filled with happiness, especially with a little help from wondrouspics.


Go with your family to your local Christmas tree farm to cut your own or head to a lot selling pre-cut Christmas trees. Pick out a Christmas tree that fits your house. After you’ve gotten your tree situated, wrap it in lights and begin hanging the ornaments. Don’t forget to water it occasionally and safeguard it from pets.




The possibilities for decorating are nearly endless. Put Christmas lights on your house. Hang mistletoe in the doorways hang a homemade wreath on your door, or put Christmas figurines like Santa or Rudolph out on your counters.


You can decorate your tree with family heirloom ornaments or try something new by decorating a tree with Star Trek or superhero themed ornaments, or with little trains, or with Disney characters for example. It’s really up to you–be as creative or traditional as you like.

For many people, Christmas is about gathering with friends and family to enjoy each others company and celebrate the holiday. The day is a national holiday and most folks get a day off work. Take advantage of this time to reconnect with friends and family. Create your own traditions or celebrate with the traditions that have been passed down in your family.


Christmas Trees 2013

A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, or pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas.

The first decorated Christmas tree was in Riga, Latvia in 1510.
The first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared in Germany in 1531.
Besides evergreens, other types of trees such as cherry and hawthorns were used as Christmas trees in the past.
Using small candles to light a Christmas tree dates back to the middle of the 17th century.
Thomas Edison’s assistant, Edward Johnson, came up with the idea of electric lights for Christmas trees in 1882. Christmas tree lights were first mass-produced in 1890.

Deodar Cedar – short, bluish-green needles; branches become pendulous at the tips; native to Himalayas; Deodara wood in Asia was used to build temples. In ancient Egypt Dedodara wood was used to make coffins for mummies.

Eastern Red Cedar– leaves are a dark, shiny, green color; sticky to the touch; good scent; can dry out quickly; may last just 2-3 weeks; the berries of Juniperus species are used to provide gin with its characteristic flavor. Cedar chests and lined closets prevent moth damage to wool clothing because the volatile cedar oil is a natural insecticide.

Leyland Cypress – foliage is dark green to gray color; has upright branches with a feathery appearance; has a light scent; good for people with allergies to other Christmas tree types. One of the most sought after Christmas trees in the Southeastern United States.

Balsam Fir – ¾” to 1 ½” short, flat, long lasting needles that are rounded at the tip; nice, dark green color with silvery cast and fragrant. Named for the balsam or resin found in blisters on bark. Resin is used to make microscope slides and was sold like chewing gum; used to treat wounds in Civil War. Abies ancient name – rising or tall tree, name for the European fir. balsamea balsam-producing.

Douglas-Fir – good fragrance; holds blue to dark green; 1″ to 1 ½” needles; needles have one of the best aromas among Christmas trees when crushed. Named after David Douglas who studied the tree in the 1800’s; good conical shape; can live for a thousand years. Douglas-fir is considered the second tallest tree in North America, after redwood and can grow over 300 ft. tall.

Fraser Fir – dark green, flattened needles; ½ to 1 inch long; good needle retention; nice scent; pyramid-shaped strong branches which turn upward. Named for a botanist, John Fraser, who explored the southern Appalachians in the late 1700’s. Growing Fraser fir for Christmas trees and wreaths is a multi-million dollar business in the southern Appalachians.

Grand Fir – shiny, dark green needles about 1″ – 1 1/2 ” long; the needles when crushed, give off a citrusy smell. On Mt. Hood, Oregon, early settlers tied ropes around grand firs to slow down and control their descent. Rope burned trees from this era are still standing. Grand fir’s sweet pitch was once chewed by Native Americans.

Noble Fir – one inch long, bluish-green needles with a silvery appearance; has short, stiff branches; great for heavier ornaments; keeps well; is used to make wreaths, door swags and garland.

Afghan Pine –  soft, short needles with sturdy branches; open appearance; mild fragrance; keeps well; grown in Texas; native to Afghanistan, Russia & Pakistan

Austrian Pine –  dark green needles, 4 to 6 inches long; retains needles well; moderate fragrance.

Virginia Pine – dark green needles are 1 ½” – 3″ long in twisted pairs; strong branches enabling it to hold heavy ornaments; strong aromatic pine scent; a popular southern Christmas tree. Virginia pine is an aggressive pioneer that produces pulpwood more rapidly than most pines on poor sites. It is also useful for mine land reclamation.


Elegant and Decorated Christmas Wreaths with Lights

Christmas wreaths goes back to pre-Christmas era of Europeans, when they used to decorate doors with Wreaths, hoping it would bring early spring. This was taken into Christmas tradition, particularly  Catholic. Now a days it is a must in every Christian home. People are busy now a days in sending Christmas cards, making delicious tradition foods and decoration houses with elegant and beautiful Christmas Trees. One more main thing to consider in decoration is Christmas wreaths with lights. So here we are to bring you an inspiration and idea for Christmas Wreaths.

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Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas (Pictures)

Start with the basic tips on how to decorate a Christmas tree, from hanging the lights and stringing the garland to adding the finishing touches with pretty ornaments. Get to know the different types of Christmas tree lights with tips for tree lighting, plus learn some basic safety and caring tips for your tree to ensure it lasts long and doesn’t pose a fire hazard. Take a look through these following Christmas trees decorating ideas for small-space inspiration, for fun and unique ways to decorate your tree, with adornments such as family photos, paper stars, flags, starfish, and more.

Browse classic looks for your tree with these traditional Christmas tree decorating ideas, where we’ve paired vibrant color schemes with various decorating techniques using ribbon, lights, and matching ornaments.


Make a statement with your Christmas tree. Whether it is formal, natural, funky or classy, a Christmas tree expresses your personality and philosophy.





Christmas does not have to be red and green to be beautiful. Step outside of the box and use different colors.


Glass ball ornaments add a designer touch to any tree and work whether you want a classic or contemporary tree. For a traditional theme, look for solid ornaments in red, white, silver and gold. For a more modern look, choose ornaments with graphic designs in a more updated scheme, like lime green and fuchsia or violet and bronze.


Visit your local craft store for an array of silk flowers, like garden roses, hydrangeas and magnolias. Scatter the flowers throughout the branches and then top the tree with richly textured ribbon and a few well-placed ornaments for a high-end designer look.




Celebrate the winter season with a nature-inspired Christmas tree. Mix in a variety of pinecones, leaves and birds throughout the branches, as well as a few metallic elements to add interest and sparkle.



What Makes a Christmas Tree so much Amazing

A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. An artificial Christmas tree is an object made to resemble such a tree, usually made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The tree was traditionally decorated with edibles such as apples, nuts or dates. In the 18th century, it began to be illuminated by candles, which with electrification could also be replaced by Christmas lights. Today, there are a wide variety of traditional ornaments, such as garland, tinsel, and candy canes. Without Christmas Tree your Christmas will be incomplete. So, Christmas tree makes your Christmas very special and amazing. Here we have collected some decorated Christmas trees for you all……
















Beautiful Real XMas Trees

A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. For real XMas trees, the most commonly used species are fir (Abies), which have the benefit of not shedding their needles when they dry out, as well as retaining good foliage colour and scent; but species in other genera are also used. Most of the people use natural Xmas tree for decorations. An artificial Christmas tree is an object made to resemble such a tree, usually made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Here we have collected some natural looking Xmas trees for your upcoming Christmas…
















Christmas Wishes and Quotes

Good wishes, quotes, greetings and occasional messages have been the tradition from many years. The first recognizable Christmas card, i.e. a printed card sent by post, was sent at Christmas 1843. and it said “A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You”.

Now there is so much internet and cell phone era that Christmas Wishes and Christmas Quotes are being sent online.

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