Decorate for Christmas by starting in the living room with a tree, moving on to the windows and doors, decorating your bedroom, and finishing with the kitchen and dining room. The timing of this project varies according ... More »

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One of the easiest ways to make Christmas yard decorations is to string white lights around trees and bushes or decorate a pine tree with ornaments. One can also use plywood to make life-sized cutouts of Christmas-themed... More »

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Hanging wreaths on a door is one way to decorate, and these wreaths come in different sizes. Wreaths also have the option of being garnished with lights or ribbon. Another idea is wrapping a front door entirely in wrappi... More »

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Decorate a Christmas tree by hanging the lights, adding the garland and putting on the ornaments. This process takes less than one hour. You need lights, garland and ornaments. More »

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Draw a Christmas tree by drawing a triangle for the base, adding the star, adding in the pointed branches in layers, drawing the trunk and sketching in decorations. This only takes a few minutes, and you need a piece of ... More »

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Candles are lit and placed in windows during Christmas as it is the holiday or feast of light. The candles symbolize the pending birth of Jesus Christ. More »

Christmas trees were first used in the 1500s in Germany. The tradition of using evergreen trees as decorations for the Christmas holidays continued to gain in popularity through the 17th and 18th centuries in the Christi... More »

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