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It's easy to make your holiday tree unique by picking a non-standard color, but how about some personalized orange ornaments? Orange and green complement well with white and gold, so you can still use your favorite tree and some of your existing ornaments. If you need some inspiration, we at Shutterfly have a few ways to use orange in a festive way.
Use your holiday decorations to support your favorite sporting team, even if their colors include orange. Certain popular college and professional teams use orange as part of their iconic look, and you can, too. You can also coordinate your decorations with some customized wrapping paper.
In case you only moderately pay attention to sports, here are some of the ones in season during the holidays.
The practice of mixing and matching is a popular way to reinvent an old classic, so how about Christmas and Halloween? Decorating your tree with orange ornaments is a great way to start, but you can also dress a skeleton as Santa Claus, put spiders on your snowflake ornaments and use food coloring to turn your egg nog into candy corn nog.
Orange also stands on its own as a holiday color. Some glitter can make orange look like a bright and festive gold, and when you use these ornaments on a white tree, you create a unique and timeless look. For a more modern look, pair orange decorations with teal ornaments. This combo also creates a southwest-inspired look with the inclusion of silver or white accents.
If those ideas aren't enough, here are a few other orange color combinations you can try for the holidays.
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