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“Slowly, the wind of change is blowing, I can feel it in my bones. It is something I yearn for every day of the year. This is the time when the aroma of baked food spreads around and the sound of carols fill the air. It is when sorrows are packed into bags and thrown into the deepest river, when smiles replace tears and happiness reigns… It is that time of the year when a child writes a letter to someone he/she has never seen. It is also when portions of the Earth are bathed in sparkling lights and decorations, where little gifts, hugs and food are exchanged with family, friends, relatives and complete strangers. Yes! It’s Christmas!”

Christmas is nearly here and it is time to get things organized. At this time it is interesting and fun to learn about the new products available in the market. This certainly makes the task of decorating the indoor and the outdoor easier. Thankfully, there are plenty of products available in the market so all you need to do is pick them off the shelves. First of all it is important to think about the theme. Doing that should not be difficult at all, but if you cannot make a decision on your own, ask your friends or relatives for their advice.

Once you have made up your mind about this, you need to decide on the decorations and ornaments. For this, you could check out stores in and around the area or log on to the Internet. There are animated decorations available in the market; that have objects like the Santa and the reindeer moving on a sleigh, and a lot of other styles too. Then there are the Christmas lights like the full size rope lights; clear mini lights and light ceramic string lights that can be used to light up the area. Why not try something different this year by placing the Christmas tree outside the house. Decorate the tree with all kinds of Christmas decorations like angels, lights shaped like stars, bead garlands and candy canes. If you like creating your own designs, you could further experiment with the look.

Decorate the trees and bushes in your garden with oak leaves, pine cones, twin garlands, acorns and berries. You could also use a bird’s nest to complete the forest theme. On the entrance to your home, you could place a Christmas wreath.

How can we leave Rudolph behind? You could place a figurine decoration of Rudolph in your garden. You could give him a real look by using a mini red light on his nose. Nativity sets with figurines including baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the three wise men make excellent outdoor decorations. Select one after taking into consideration the size of your lawn.