Outdoor Christmas trees. In scale and grandeur, there
aren't many holiday decorations that can compete!
Here's how to make yours
merry and bright!
With the cooler weather, it's just too easy to
dismiss the outdoors and curl up by the fire.
But there's lots of beauty
in the winter landscape, just begging to be dressed up and
Think of it: Christmas's red and green, Hanukkah's
silver and blue, New Year's gold and silver.
The holidays serve up a
once-a-year chance to have a little bit of everything!
So add a dose of delight,
throw color caution to the wind, and dress your outdoor trees for
Christmas in a wild mix of crafty elements that say Happy
Your guests and your
neighbors will be absolutely amazed and delighted by all your crafty
bright and festive outdoor Christmas tree brings out the party in
And the not-so-subtle holiday backdrop that
these well-dressed trees provide plays well against the more
outdoor Christmas displays and other holiday bric-a-brac you have planned
for your yard.
Put a little spin on the typical
outdoor Christmas decorations to capture a warmth and brightness that almost
everyone could use a little more of during Christmas time.
Using lots of wooden ornaments, shiny metals and
patterned balls is essential.
You can even re-purpose old burned out
light bulbs as hand-painted one-of-a-kind ornaments.
This is your chance to go for a bold, eclectic
So whether you want a look that's
country rustic, or city slick, or somewhere in between, there are
garlands, and miniature gift boxes, and glittering pine cones, and
gold-laden snowflakes, and painted fruits for every taste to suit