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The Christmas tree is often the focal point of Christmas gatherings and celebrations. Whether it will be seen by co-workers, just your immediate family or half the neighborhood, make sure that it is an enjoyable sight to behold. To help you in your decorating endeavors, there are a few things that you should consider.
Before you begin decorating your tree, take some time to decide what color scheme you would like to go for. You can pick one main color and add “pops” of other colors within the color scheme, select different shades of a specific color, or go with a general color scheme. This can help you to narrow down your selection if you have a variety of ornaments so that your tree does not become overcrowded.
You may have some ornaments that are very precious to you. Especially if a child or loved one made them or gave them to you with specific intentions, the ornaments may have a permanent place on your tree. Such ornaments add a genuine, personal touch and can also create a talking point. You may also choose to make special mementos into ornaments, such as a beautiful, personalized gift, like one of these pink Christmas cards. If it does not already provide a means for you to hang it, you can easily make it into an ornament by gluing a ribbon to it or creating a hole and tying a string through.
Hanging an heirloom is a great way to remember and honor loved ones at Christmas time. When you hang the glass ornament, it could be a great time to share the history behind the heirloom with others. Since this is an irreplaceable piece, make sure that it is safely secured to your tree.
In general, you should strive to make your tree aesthetically pleasing yet personal. Considering the aforementioned aspects and incorporating your own personal touches can help to ensure that your tree is a hit.