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TRUSTDale Tip of the Day: *Outdoor Christmas Decoration

Outdoor Christmas Decorations add a touch of holiday magic to the landscape, tabletop, or Christmas tree. During Christmas people prefer unique outdoor decor that will help light up the holiday home. Nowadays, decorating for Christmas becomes an all-out festival of Christmas lights, lawn and rooftop ornaments, and all sorts of other outdoor Christmas decorations.

The tradition of outdoor Christmas tree decorating is now a well-established one. Outdoor Christmas trees became common in North America. Electric lights are a great choice for outdoor Christmas tree decorating, because electric lights are durable, and they add color and light to the winter landscape. An outdoor fireplace creates a romantic atmosphere for your patio, deck or pool.

Some of the Christmas Decorating Ideas for Outdoors are:

Luminaries: For the festive occasion of Christmas, people love to line up the drive and walkways with luminaries. These can be made by hand cutting shapes such as snowflakes, stars, snowmen, as well as commercial luminaries are also lovely.

Nativity Scene: When decorating the front lawn or entryway with a nativity scene highlight the scene with lights.

Themed Christmas Decorations: Choose a theme and go with it. Some ideas for themes include: candy canes, snowflakes, snowmen, Christmas trees, angels, candles, bells, reindeer, and of course Santa Clause and his sleigh.

Decorating the Neighborhood: Some neighborhoods are known for their decorations, and people come from miles around just to tour the neighborhood each Christmas season. Possible neighborhood decorating ideas include enlisting adjoining neighbors to mount a reindeer on each of their roofs while you mount Santa and his sleigh, lighted toy soldiers marching through the neighborhood, and stings of white or colored Christmas lights connecting all homes in the neighborhood.

*Source: http://www.happywink.org/christmas-day/outdoor-christmas-decoration.html