3 Tips In Decorating Your Home For Christmas


It’s a tradition for a lot of Filipino families to decorate their homes for the Christmas season. Some even do it as early as soon as September hits, while some do it after Halloween.

If you haven’t decorated your home yet, it’s not too late! You still have plenty of time to ornate your home with Christmas decors, both inside and outside. But before you start decorating, beware! It’s a fun thing to do with the whole family, but it’s not easy.

If you’re planning to decorate your home for this Christmas, here are 3 quick and easy tips.

Allot more than a day to decorate
Trust us, it’s going to take more than a day to decorate your home. If you still have the decorations from the past years, dusting them and making sure they’re still in the right condition can take a lot of time. Of course, you also allocate time for cleaning the parts of your home where you’ll place the decorations.

Make sure you plan ahead of time before you decide to decorate. Otherwise, you may end up spending more time decorating the home than you’re supposed to.

Search for themes and motif
Another struggle when decorating for Christmas is setting the theme. Going for the classic red and green never gets old, but it gets boring if that’s all you decorate every year. A cool hack would be to search on Pinterest for new themes to try out.

You don’t have to purchase all new decorations just so you can have a fresh concept. Unleash your creativity and mix and match Christmas decors.

Limit your kids’ involvement
Decorating for Christmas is a family activity, including your kids. Get them involved, but not too involved. Otherwise, you won’t complete your decorating schedule for the day. Be it letting them hang decors on the Christmas tree or placing gifts under the tree, make it clear to them what they can and can’t do.

For the final decor, involve your youngest kid to place the star on top of the Christmas tree! It’s a Pinoy tradition and a cute little note to finish your decorating.

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