Books on Christmas Decorations: Some Random Picks

Author: Sherry Helms

Christmas is a wonderful holiday season, and the most prominent part of this fun is transforming our homes for the season. Therefore, from our eclectic collection of Christmas Books, we’ve randomly picked some tiles on Christmas Decoration that you can check out in the list given below. You may pick one or several titles from the list to add to your holiday library to enjoy them year after year.

Here’s the list:

Christmas Inspirations: Practical Ideas for Creating Beautiful Gifts and Decorations for the Holiday Season ­- In this book, Jo Tyler’s festive photographs, coupled with Rose Hammick and Charlotte Packer‘s beautiful, achievable ideas, will compel you to do just that. They begin by exploring four decorative Christmas themes for your home: Traditional Style, Nordic Style, Contemporary Whites, and Contemporary Brights, which show that a love of Christmas and chic modernity can go hand in hand. Subsequent chapters focus on the key elements, including gifts, cards, decorations, and, of course, the tree! From charming and unusual Advent calendars to delicious gingerbread snowmen, this book has everything ideal for everyone wishing to bring a personal touch to their holiday celebrations.

Christmas with Southern Living – With over 100 all-new recipes and dozens of decorating and entertaining ideas, it’s the one-stop, everything-you-need book for Christmas celebrations. Not only does this book offer readers a variety of recipe ideas to help celebrate the season, but it also offers dozens of decorating, entertaining, and gift ideas. It includes a 16-page write-on-friendly Holiday Planner containing calendars and charts, quick entertaining and cooking tips, and spaces to make holiday card and gift lists, organize menu plans, and note decorating ideas and upcoming holiday events.

Christmas: 1960 to the Present – A collector’s guide to decorations and customs, this book shows past years Christmas celebrations through historical photographs, catalog pages, and over 530 photographs of artificial and real trees, Christmas ornaments, interior and exterior lights, candy containers, cards, tinsel garlands, and cheerful holiday figurines. Innovations in Christmas ornamentation, lighting, and display are presented here including artificial trees of the 1960s, country-style ornaments of the 1970s, 1980s chaser lights, and sophisticated 1990s European glass ornaments. This wonderful book will enable you to cherish old classy style of celebration, letting you carry the spirit of Christmas all year ’round.

55 Christmas Balls to KnitInspired by traditional Norwegian knitwear, this book offers easy yet striking designs for colorful festive ornaments for tree decorations, centerpieces, wreaths, and window dressings. These designs for holiday ornaments integrate the old with the new. With crafts based on the authors’ original designs, this guide gives knitters the chance to craft their very own versions of these playful decorations. Each pattern can easily be adapted to hats, mittens, or even sweaters by the extra creative crafter.

Fast Fun & Easy Christmas Decorations - Here is the ultimate guide to creating your very own fantastic Christmas decorations. These fantastic projects – including Christmas garlands, tree-top angels, gift-boxes, gingerbread houses, sleighs, and advent calendars – are easy to make, display and store. With basic materials such as various fabrics, beads, Fast2fuse, cording, glue, and a sewing machine, each project requires only a small amount of material, so expense is kept to a minimum and family fun to a maximum. This is a must have volume for anyone who wants to make fabulous festive decorations.

Jeanne Bice’s Quacker Factory Christmas – With simple recipes, this groundbreaking book offers ideas for fabulous parties & decorations to put sparkle, not stress into your season. Jeanne Bice, known to millions of fans as “the Head Quack” of the clothing line, The Quacker Factory, is here to show you how to make your home fittingly festive without the fuss. With the home-spun charm that has made her one of QVC’s most popular on-air guests, she will help you add sparkle to your season. In addition to over a hundred family-favorite recipes, she shares simple Quacker-style decorating ideas along with complete menus for hosting themed parties, including a Crock-Pot Caroling Party, a Trim-a-Tree Party, a Cookie Exchange, and a Christmas Dinner Extraordinaire.

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