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Monday, November 29, 2010

New Christmas Decor Ideas for 2010

Every year the holiday season seems to start earlier and the 2010 season is no exception. Set this year apart from years past by trying some Christmas decor ideas that are new for the 2010 holiday season!
Nutcrackers: This traditional favorite can move to the center of your decorating plans thanks to the wide assortment on the market today. Arrange a collection on your mantel or hearth for a fun alternative to the typical fireplace displays. Another option is to group them on tables for a splash of holiday color. The great thing about Christmas nutcrackers is that they come in a variety of shapes, making it easy to decorate as much or as little as you want.

Snow Globes: A stunning snow globe always draws attention and a Christmas themed snow globe will steal the show. These collectible globes are great on shelves, tables, and even as a centerpiece for the dinning room table. Because of their shape, glass snow globes reflect the flickering of holiday candles and add even more sparkle to your Christmas decorating.

Musical Christmas Decor: Nothing sets the mood for the holiday season like music. The music of the holiday season is as much a part of the festivity as Christmas trees and nativity scenes. Add your own notes to the holiday with musical figurines or ornaments. In fact, musical ornaments for the tree are one of the most popular Christmas decor ideas of this year.

Christmas Candle holders: Glowing candlelight is beautiful anytime of year, but during the Christmas season the flickering glow compliments the twinkling lights and ornaments of the Christmas trees. To give your candles a seasonal flair, grab some inexpensive Christmas candle holders in fun Santa or snowman designs.

Now that you have some Christmas decor ideas for this year, why don't you get an early start on your holiday decorating?


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