Decorating for Christmas helps infuse the holiday spirit in your own home for your family and guests, as well as for the whole neighbourhood. Take some time to dress up your windows for the season.
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Nothing can brighten a window like a string of Christmas lights. Keep lights straight and tight around the edges of the window for a neat appearance. For an easy and efficient way to hang them, affix them along a tension rod with twist ties and set the rod in the window case. Use suction cup hooks to hold them in place down the sides and along the bottom.
Give each window a feature item on display. For uniformity, use a similar item in all the windows, such as an electric candle, animated figure or wreath. Put your Christmas tree in front of one window for a lovely display. Be sure to fill the side facing the window with ornaments and lights.
Decorate the glass itself. Use washable tempera paints to paint words, figures or designs on the window. Spray-on imitation snow is an excellent choice if you are wishing for a white Christmas. For an inexpensive option that will enable you to involve children, try window clings.
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