That time of year is sneaking up again. The temperature is dropping, it’s time to light up the fireplace, put on some holiday music from your favorite Christmas CD and start planning out Christmas decorating ideas.
Since people see the outside of your home first, it’s a good place to start with. If you have a lot of display’s and lights to put up, you don’t have to do it all at once. You want decorating to be fun, not tiring. If you have rooftop decorations, start with those. Then hang the lights up.
Next you can work on the bushes and trees in your yard. Net lights make decorating the bushes a breeze. LED lights are good in the trees since they are cool to the touch. When you’ve finished with these you can start setting up the yard display’s.
Common Christmas decorations for the outdoor entrance are a wreath on the door and garland around the door frame, one or two potted pre-lit trees, tall nutcrackers or candy canes on one or both sides of the door. It depends on the size of your entryway how many items you will want to place there.
Lighted gift boxes would look great by the bottom of a tree. An LED lighted penguin, an LED illuminated polar bear, a Santa and reindeer sleigh or a lighted Christmas train could go in the front yard. There is also an LED lighted Christmas tree for the yard.
Most Christmas outdoor window decorations are for indoor/outdoor use. Some options you can choose from are a star of Bethlehem, a Santa Claus, a snowflake, an angel, the word “JOY” with holly berries, a waving snowman and more.
For the pathway there are several options, such as, candy cane lights, snowmen lights, Christmas C9 shape lights, Twinkling Penguin lights and Holographic snowflake lights.
Whether you live where it snows or in the desert, you can turn your yard into a magical winter wonderland for your family and the passerby’s to enjoy.
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