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HomeFun.co is a place where families can find unique ideas on how to approach the holiday season. From snacks to seasonal decoration, the site offers creative approaches to the most longstanding traditions.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
HomeFun.co offers tips that families can use to liven up their houses during the Christmas season. While everyone associates reefs, bulbs and sparkling lights with the month of December, few holiday revelers ever think outside the box when it comes to decoration. For those who wish for something totally different this year, one of the most intriguing suggestions has been to adopt a theme for the holiday season.
Christmas tree decorating has the potential to be one of the most creative family home activities. While most families stick with conventional ornamentation, numerous other possibilities exist for the more adventurous-minded households. Trees can be decorated in themes that range from vintage or sentimental to kitschy and artistic.
Vintage decorating could be described as anything with a distinctively retro look and feel, from the 1950s on back to Colonial America. A retro look can be achieved with anything from antique trinkets and ornaments to simple, hanging cutouts of words and imagery associated with an earlier era. A sentimental tree would be based more on a family's unique history, with antiques, ornaments and small, framed photos passed down from several generations.
To get more artistic with a Christmas tree, one might consider wild colors and crazy shapes evocative of abstract expressionism. This type of look can be achieved with hand-made ornamentation comprised of hanging zigzags and spirals. For a kitschy tree, any type of everyday, non-Christmas objects could be used for a decorating theme, from clocks and utensils to chess pieces and Rubik's cubes.
Various ideas on tree decorating will saturate the home-improvement channels on many dish satellite networks this season, but some of the most outlandish ideas can be found by typing “creative Christmas trees” into Google Images. When trees can be made from soda cans, stacked books and paper rolls, some families might skip the pine altogether this year.
HomeFun.co encourages families to think outside of the box when it comes to seasonal decorating. With so many possible themes and concepts, the ritual of lighting up houses for the holidays should never seem like a standard routine.
HomeFun.co offers tips that parents can use to get children more actively engaged in new and exciting household activities.
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