How to adopt the essence of Christmas! - Fabcurate

How to adopt the essence of Christmas!

“Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way,

Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh”

We all have sung this at least once in our lives and oh what fun it is. Christmas time can be pretty joyous, thanks to presents left by Santa, bonding time with friends and family, and enticing home décor… but do you know what’s more joyous? Decorating the house with your friends and family, making memories, sharing laughter and DIYs.

Here we share with you, some easy yet beautiful DIYs to decorate your house this Christmas.

There is no man like a snowman!

A big, old, white ball of snow as a tradition, well humans really think out of the box.  However, we don’t quite experience snow here in India, but we can get the hunch of it, because why not. We can’t obviously go out and make one but we can embrace our creative side and create one in-house snowman. It would be a cute touch to your Christmas décor.

 Here’s an idea of how you can make one.


A wreath on doors? Yes, Please.

The wreath holds the essence of Christmas; a house without a wreath on Christmas eve is like Cheese Burst Pizza without the cheese. Wreaths are a round decorated piece with a bow on the top usually. It looks warmly welcoming when placed on the doors or above the fireplace. Here is a quick and easy idea for you.


Savior from the cold.

Yes, you are right, it’s a fireplace. India is a country with relatively warmer temperature hence we don’t build a fireplace inside our houses. But to get the essence of Christmas, we can build a dummy one any day. It’s quite simple, don’t worry your houses won’t be on fire :p

Take inspiration from this and let your creative self-do the work.


Candles make everything beautiful

Be it our selfies or our home, good lights are essential. Now, how to make it traditional for Christmas? Simple, use candles. We’ve already established that the human race is creative, so using plain candles for décor? Nah, we can do better. Here is an idea on how to decorate your candles this season and lighten up your homes.

I find it amazingly astounding that we celebrate cultures that are not even from the same country. The cultures which are from far beyond. It really depicts the love, attachment, bonding, and connection that we hold with the world. Which is just going to uplift us and our internal selves. Therefore, celebrate this joyous festival with your friends and family. On that note, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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