There are only a few weeks left until Christmas Eve and festively decorated trees are finding their way into numerous households. The tradition of putting up a Christmas tree and decorating it festively is one of the most beautiful customs for many people. Families often keep traditions alive and Christmas tree decorations are passed down from generation to generation. Whether classic or modern, here you will find tips and ideas for all things Christmas tree decoration.
The Christmas tree is particularly beautiful when it shines on Christmas Eve. Real candles, fairy lights or LED candles are used.
Families with small children know the risk, if the candles are real, there is a risk of fire. After all, the little ones don't know how to assess the fire, burn themselves or pull on the branches of the Christmas tree. Anyone who depends on the candlelight of real candles wants an authentic alternative. Have you tried LED candles yet? This Christmas tree candle set can be dimmed and flicker to create a mood. Because the candles are completely wireless, you can place them on the branches however you like. The purchase costs are higher, but you can use the candles over and over again for years. In terms of sustainability, this is another plus point.
In addition to the LED candles or radiant on their own, you can decorate your Christmas tree with fairy lights. It is important that you start decorating with the fairy lights. Later, attaching the string of lights becomes an act as other decorations get in the way. This Christmas tree light chain is particularly practical with an inconspicuous green cable that ideally matches the color of the fir branches.
Of course, the classic must not be missing here: candles made of wax. The glow of real candles creates atmosphere, but also requires greater awareness. The tree should not stand unattended, then beautiful candles can be used wonderfully. You will need clamp-on candle holders and matching beeswax Christmas tree candles. If you want to be on the safe side, you should simply place a fire extinguisher near the Christmas tree.
If you don't want to do without real fire, but want more security, you could also use these glass balls. You can place tea lights inside the spheres, which are well protected from external influences.
These straw stars go wonderfully with red balls. The filigree stars are available in numerous shapes and sizes.
Not only red balls are popular, but also white decoration. The color is reminiscent of snow and is therefore ideal for the Christmas tree. Combine white Christmas baubles with beautiful glass baubles and white snowflakes.
Matching this, you could create a contrast by hanging darker colors between the white decoration, like these terracotta gingerbread charms.
True to this motto, families in the USA seem to decorate their Christmas trees at Christmas. The more unusual and opulent the decoration of the tree, the better. If you fancy extravagance and American flair, you need red and white candy canes. Lots of tinsel, garlands of beads and artificial snow also go well with the American-style decorated tree.
The cherry on the cake is like the star on the top of the Christmas tree. It is a matter of taste whether you want to crown the Christmas tree or not — at least there is a large selection of Christmas tree toppers. You could use a classic straw star or a glass Christmas tree top.
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