Christmas ornaments are anything that you can decorate your tree with. You may use anything creatively to make your tree look merrier and more cheery such as small teddies, dolls, toys that are not used any more, miniature hats and bonnets, hollies, candies, daisies, toffees, pinecones, colorful and sparkling balls, glass ornaments, clip on fairies, daisies, apples, berries, miniature Christmas angel ornaments and other figurines. Have at least 10 pieces of each kind to ensure a harmonious, proportionate and synchronized look of your tree. You may also choose to put only one of each king of ornament for a non-repeated look.
Switch on the Christmas lights while putting up the ornaments, so that
none of them hide behind them accidentally and no gaps are left. Hang
the ornaments with colorful ribbons and add silk flowers to lend a
formal touch. Red flowers would add to the color and warmth while white
ones will give a feel of soft white snow balls. You may use glue to add
glitter to the balls in various patterns for that dazzling effect. If
there are still gaps, after you have put up all your ornaments, try
clusters of dried flowers or small handfuls of twigs sprayed with silver
or other metallic colors. Candleholders and small candles give a little
old-fashioned but grand look to the trees. However, don't light for
obvious safety reasons.
You can also add a look of soft fluffy snowballs with the help of
cotton wool spread on the branches. The highlight of all Christmas
ornaments is the one that goes to the top of the tree. The favorite
items for this position are usually, stars, angel figurines, Santa Claus
and fairies embellished with glitter and foil. Place the gifts around
the Christmas tree now and your Christmas tree is all ready for the
Here are some exclusive Christmas ornament ideas. With a little creativity and imagination, you may easily use almost anything at home as inexpensive Christmas ornaments to decorate your trees.