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White is a versatile color that can look either modern or classic, depending on how you use it. Whether you want to cover your tree in only white ornaments or have a large collection of white holiday lights, there are a few ways you can use white as your main theme this season. Here are some ideas to get you started.
White can be the backdrop or the foreground for your tree. Create a white-out effect by combining both a white tree and white decorations. With this kind of setup, your white photo ornaments really pop. The smiling faces and vacation spots used to create your personalized ornaments will stand out against the white backdrop.
It is very common to buy new lights each year, even if you already have more than you know what to do with. This year, put those extra lights to good use in creative ways, some that don't even require untangling.
Bring your wall hangings into the holiday season by edging your favorite collage posters with lights. You can also put lights behind any glass frames you own. If your string is trailing to a far-off outlet, you can clean up the look by removing bulbs you don't want seen.
For lights in a huge tangle, just take the time to find their electrical connection and stuff the rest into a personalized mason jar. White lights look great behind glass, and when they're in a cluster they seem brighter. Use these for light instead of candles if you don't want any flames.
While a snow-blower probably isn't a good idea inside the house, you can hang lights and white ornaments from the ceiling to create a snowy effect. Snowflake-shaped ornaments add to the effect. This idea can also be used on your windows.
While it can be difficult to find, white wrapping paper is very elegant and looks great under any tree. You can add a splash of color with some personalized gift tags and ribbons, or go all white with frosted pinecones and bows.
White Christmas cards look great with any photos you choose to decorate them with. Add glitter or foil lettering to add more "Wow!" to your holiday cards. With a personalized stamp, you can catch the attention of even your mail carrier.
Our customization tools let you create the perfect white ornaments for your snowy-themed Christmas. With our guaranteed expedited shipping, you can get your decorations just in time for guests and parties.