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Dress your home in black, white, and green for an unexpected holiday scheme. Add crisp white runners to side chairs and top them with green accent pillows for a pop of color. Finish with a present wrapped in black and white. For added seasonal decor, arrange tree branches in tall glass cylinders filled with rock-salt crystals. Embellish the indoor trees with artificial white doves.
For a cool color scheme, mix Kelly green with peacock blue and silver. To create this festive topiary, remove the caps from glass or plastic ball ornaments and attach the ornaments to a foam ball with hot glue. Insert a dowel into the foam ball. Tightly wrap the dowel in ribbon, stopping before you reach the bottom. Fill a hobnail vase or other container half-full with modeling clay; insert dowel. Top clay with marbles.
Typically thought of as a springtime combination, pink and green will add cheer to your home during dreary winter months. For this bright centerpiece, place a metallic bottle-brush tree in a heavy planter, weight as necessary with rocks or gravel, then cover the base with fake moss.
Twist a classic color combination with cranberry and teal. For an easy tablescape, cover your table with a teal tablecloth and create place cards from family photos. First copy photos onto red paper. Make a cardboard frame for each photo and attach photo to the back of the frame. Place each framed image in a holiday-inspired photo clip or place card holder.
Add a regal flair to your holiday decor by replacing red with violet. Use ball ornaments, silk flowers, and wisps of green foliage. To make this wreath, attach the embellishments to a crafts foam wreath with floral picks. As a finishing touch, loop and tuck thin green ribbon between the clusters. All supplies can be found at a crafts store.
Metallics add glamour to every setting, so jazz up your holiday decor with silver and gold. Pair them with winter white for a magical color scheme. Accent your mantel with snowflake garland. Find plastic snowflakes at a crafts store and spray-paint them silver and gold. For a dramatic look, glue silver and gold snowflakes together. Attach snowflakes to strings of beads purchased by the yard. Add a white feather boa to complete the mantel decoration.
You've heard of Christmas in July, but now bring the spirit of July to your Christmas decor. Red, white, and blue is a classic color scheme that suits the holiday. Create stockings from red and blue felt. Embellish with snowflake appliques. Attach stockings to antique wooden skis or other cold-weather icons for a winter scene.
Black and white is a classic color combo. Fill clear vases in a variety of shapes with "snow" or white sand found at a crafts store. Place the vases around the room for seasonal charm.
Rich jewel tones are perfect for celebrations, and what's a bigger celebration than the holidays? Sapphire blue and emerald green are both regal and festive. Wrap boxes in various sizes with these jewel tones. Adorn wrapped boxes with sapphire, emerald, or gold ribbons, Alternate between mixed and tone-on-tone combinations as well as silk, satin, and sheer wire-ribbon styles. Place decorative boxes around the room.
Take a color cue from a favorite holiday treat. Peppermint red and white make a fun and fresh Christmas color scheme. To make this wreath, wrap clear string lights around a wreath form and hot-glue red-and-white fish bobbers of various sizes to the form. Finish with a ribbon bow inspired by peppermint.
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