Well, Merry Christmas folks! This Christmas try using decor that can either biodegrade or can be reused again. Plants are what come to my mind.
Start with the Basics
An evergreen tree does not lose its foliage in winter, but stands strong and green against the barren landscape. Christmas is impossible without a Christmas tree, hence this makes it an excellent gifting idea.
Representing immortality, the legend also states that after the birth of Jesus Christ in the winter season,
Some of the trees shook off the snow and turned green to mark the great event— the Christmas tree represents permanence and being triangular in shape it represents the trinity. It tells us that there is hope.So, light up the Christmas tree with yellow sparkle and you are good to go!
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Plan Small Show Gifts
Poinsettia or Red Salvia— follow up with Reds.
I am thinking of beautiful red flowers! Poinsettia: bold, beautiful and red. Consider them a Christmas flower, and many people send them around Christmas to symbolize good will and community spirit. The Star of Bethlehem, as they say, is symbolized with the red leaves of the Poinsettia. Having links to the story of Pepita, poinsettias also have an association with miracles — yet concludes the connection to the Christmas season.
But if you're thinking of Red Salvia. With its leaves used for seeds used as emetic, for dysentery, colic. and used for wounds, treating colds and coughs.
Send a gift of warmth and happiness. Red and green are the eye-grabbing elements of this plant.
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Create a Complimenting Botanical Decor
The living room needs to say that Christmas has arrived and so do you! Including plants around the windowsill with lights on can be a great way to amp up your Christmas decor game.
Needless to say, plants bring in warmth and inclusivity to your space and will make your space look more cozy and inviting. Add some trailing greens over your fireplace.
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Plants on the Plate!
The Christmas Cake originally called the Twelfth Cake, would have more traditionally been served at parties on the Twelfth Night ending the 12 days of Christmas on the 5th of January.
Add plants on the dining table, a show stopping centerpiece for a grand feast and a hearty welcome is sure to set things up. I am thinking of something bright with a pop of orange or red. After all, nothing is more Christmas like than green and red. Poinsettia or Red Salvia? You decide.
And yes, talking about food. Plum or Fruit or Rum. Cakes make Christmas merrier!
Candles and the wreath are the ultimate Christmas sophistication served with minimal effort. The beauty of the wreath is increased with well lit candles. There is something magical about this green band.
Ice skate or the Gnome Tinsel, you can create your own wreath in advance to light up your space.
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Jingle bell, Jingle bell, Jingle bell Rock! All up with a touch of green. Christmas is a dreamy season of magic and warmth. What better way to share the warmth by returning the joy of green? Thoughtfully, here was our gift to you.