Yards generally host most of your celebrations. Christmas is no different and the yard is where you would head for when it comes to a sizable gathering. The yard needs much more than a Manger and a Christmas tree to capture the mood of the winter celebration.
Decorating a yard starts from the garden. The garden should be properly trimmed and maintained and leveled. Make sure that decorations in your house outline are complementing what you do with the yard. There are many stylish articles available in the market like Starlight Spheres, Outdoor Topiary Animals, Garland Lights, Snowflakes & Stars, Outdoor Christmas Trees, Walkway Trees, Moravian Stars and many more that can embellish the beauty of your yard.
Make sure you have made an ideal mix of items that can make your day/night come into the festive mood.
For the daytime, collect some air blown or inflatable items that can float around. Decorate the tree tops and branches and bushes with silk flowers, artificial berries or holly. 2D shapes of popular Christmas icons, ball ornaments, and colorful paper lanterns will give the added beauty during the day time. Create a diorama of bears, reindeers or Disney characters dressed in festive season clothes and place them as per your choice.
Decorating materials can be found in your own back yard. Sticks and twigs can be twisted and tangled to produce rustic stars to hang from your tree or porch. Spray the pinecones gold and silver and use them aptly.
Lighting plays an important day for the nighttime decoration. Consider getting a floodlight to light up your yard for the holiday season. Use icicle lights, web lights, and string lights interchangeably in the bushes, hedges, pillars, posts, driveways, rails and trees.
Colored motion lights wound up on reindeer, trees and Santa models would be eye candy during night time. Flickering mini bulbs spiraled around the plastic figures and quirky shapes give a sporadic feel to the environs. Creating a light sculpture centerpiece will make it alluring too.