Waiting For Santa: Ideas On How To Decorate Your Windows For Christmas

Brace yourselves, Christmas is coming! We know it’s one of the most awaited periods of the year, that’s why we’ve already started thinking about decorating ideas. Every corner of the house should be filled with Christmas flavors, colorful winter crafts, warm thoughts and large smiles, but we’ll just start with the windows. Don’t worry, it’s just the beginning! We promise to share every great idea we have.

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Maybe if you live in a loft, you don’t tend to put a lot of accent on decorating your windows for Christmas. If you live in a house there is a whole different story! Windows are always important and we shouldn’t ignore them when decorating, especially on winter holidays.

Garlands

Very often used in decorating, garlands are a must have accessory for your windows or other parts of the house. And even if you didn’t buy so many until now, keep in mind that some of them are really easy to create. Take a look at these beauties!

Pinecone garland

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Pinecones are easy to find and because of their shape it’s very easy to create a garland out of them. All you need is a rope or something to be tied on and that’s it!{found on misscontradictionofsorts}.

Origami garland

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When we talk about decorating, origami will always find its place in our vocabulary, but that’s never a bad thing. You could use this chance to gather your kids and teach them to create beautiful ornaments for Santa. They’ll love this activity.

Gingerbread garland

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Yes,you read that right. If you’re afraid not to start eating your Christmas decorations, you can keep the gingerbread for desert and use another material instead. You have some instructions here.

Dried fruits and cinnamon garland

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Nothing compares to that blissful feeling when you enter the house and you are surrounded by Christmas scents. All of a sudden, things are better than they used to be. Try to make a garland of dried fruits and cinnamon and hang it in front of your window. You can use orange, apples, lemon, lime, and any other favorite fruits.{found on gardenista}.

Christmas wreaths

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There is no Christmas without a Christmas tree, but Christmas wreaths should also be in the picture. Added in front of the windows or at the entry door, they will please the eyes of your guests and bring a Christmassy feeling.

Add decorative snowflakes

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Let it snow even if it’s not! If you’re not lucky enough to enjoy a white winter, just create one. It’s simple and fun. For more details, check this tutorial.

Hang glass ornaments,Christmas balls and bells.

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Let the magic settle in! Create a whimsical décor by using glass ornaments, Christmas balls and bells to embelish your windows.

Create an advent calendar and hang it in front of the window

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The clock is ticking, days are passing by and everybody is waiting anxiously for Christmas. Create an advent calendar, put it in front of your window and count the days easier.

Decorate with ribbons

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Never forget this, ribbons always do the trick when you think about Christmas decorating. You can simply hang one in front of your window,or why noy, you can use them as curtain tie backs.

Use branches

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Branches always add an interesting and dramatic touch. Place some of them near the window and you’ll see how easy can be to conquer your visitors hearts.

”Plant” a pinecone

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This is one of the most simple and cheap ideas for Christmas decorating, so hear me up. Have an empty pot, some ground, a pinecone and …5 minutes? Perfect! Your masterpiece should look like this. Let me give you another hint: if you paint it green,you can turn it into a small decorative Christmas tree!

Display candles

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Not for romance, not this time! Candles are often used to decorate because they bring a warm and cozy feeling. You can spice up the atmosphere with some cinnamon!