The holiday has passed, but winter still lasts. That means your Christmas decorations should change to suit the moment. However, don’t pull everything down yet as some items remain suitable for the season. Pine cones, springs, and evergreens are also decoration items for winter. Here’s how you transition your outdoor décor to holiday winter décor.
1. Snowflakes Hanger
Holiday and winter have so many things in common; one of which is snowflakes.
Do some cut and attaching to create this decoration. You can buy or make those paper snowflakes out of delicate white paper. Connect them with threads to a wood or metal. Then hang it on windows, walls, or the front door. The illusion of snowflakes falling from the air will chill everyone.
A pine cone is a natural winter item that can add a touch of earthy to the design. The brown color adds warmth and rustic elements.
Create a wreath out of pine cone. You can decorate it with some branches and sprigs. The good thing about this décor is that you can prepare it in the fall and hang it on the door until the first spring. Thus, you won’t need much change to the décor.
This transition of the holiday winter décor includes icy branches. When winter comes, don’t wait until those flowers bloom.
Decorate those sleeping plants in pots in the terrace with some Epsom salts and glitter. Spread those materials all over the branches to make them look as if covered in snow. You can add some decorations like sprigs and ribbons.
Don’t pull down those garlands yet as they fit in the season. You can remove those stars or red cherries or keep them there.
If you don’t have any garlands, then creating one out of white papers will do. Add some holiday decoration items, such as gold balls, pine cones, dry oranges slices, and sprigs to the décor. Arrange them on the corner or all over the garland. Then, you hang it around the door.We hope you find some help out of these ways to transition holiday winter décor.