46 best ideas for the decor of the country style living room – Page 23 of 46

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Use Christmas craft ideas to make your living room look sensational this year. Usually the living room is where the Christmas tree is placed and it is therefore important that the decorations are done properly. Some people like to decorate the tree with many different decor styles while others prefer to use one or two colors. If you like the old-fashioned look, you can find light-shaped candles for the tree. Modern LED lights will look in place if you intend to use handmade decorations.

Don't forget the Christmas stockings when decorating this room. People think that only families with children should hang socks. But as you probably know, most adults get a little childish at this time of year and would love to have their own sock hanging by the fire. Socks are easy to make. You can buy wonderful kits that can be passed on from one generation to the next. In fact, some families will make new socks each year to add to their collection.

If you have kids, one of the more popular Christmas craft ideas is the candy calendar. This is an alternative to the traditional advent calendar. This is very easy to do. You need 24 pieces of wrapped candy, a wide red band, some trimming of lace and some thin tartan tape to hold the candies in place. Edge the wide band with the white tip and place a large tartan and gold bow on top. Attach the candies individually with the thin tartan band to hold each sweet in place. The idea is that from December 1, the children can eat a piece of candy every day until Christmas Eve. This will surely go down in the trees in all families with small children.

The Christmas tree can also be decorated with ideas about Christmas crafts. If you are practical with the sewing machine, you can make heart- and bell-shaped pillows to decorate the leaves of the leaves. You can make life easier by buying some patterns for wood decorations at your local craft store