The Ultimate Guide for Holiday Decorating Ideas
Our ultimate Christmas guide features ideas for your plastic junk, grab-worthy centerpieces, ways to make decorating the Christmas tree even more laborious, and more.
The key to making a statement with your outdoor Christmas decorations: “More is more,” advises The Laughing Stork’s design expert and Co-Chairkitty, Marcy Cuddles. “To paraphrase Kelis, ‘My plastic junk brings all the neighbors to the yard.’ Don’t be afraid to layer that plastic junk with even more plastic junk — you can never have enough penguins in Santa hats, by the way — on both your yard and your roof, and complement it with several hundred strings of lights in varying colors. Top it off with extra-loud Christmas music for the whole neighborhood to enjoy all night long and voila! Magic.”
Hint: If you take a step back and can still see a hint of your house, you haven’t gone far enough. ADD MORE PLASTIC JUNK.
Make sure you also incorporate an extra-special piece that truly reflects your sentiments about the holiday season.
The Christmas Tree
Make your kids feel like an integral part of the household holiday activities by letting them decorate the tree.
And then redo it while they’re asleep.
When it comes to the pièce de résistance of your at-home holiday dining experience — the centerpiece — be sure to keep these three decorating pillars in mind:
3. And more balls.
Who doesn’t love to look at big balls while they’re eating? So go ahead — grab a pair or two!