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Title: 4 Chinese Decor Tips for Christmas 2013

4 Chinese Decor Tips for Christmas 2013
  • If youre one of the many Americans who divide
    time between two or more different cultures, you
    may desire for some synchronization and a joint
    surroundings for the approaching holiday season.
    While you may not be able to take pleasure in all
    of the cross-cultural understanding back home,
    you can imitate the subject of your most
    well-known culture through holiday decorations
    anywhere in the world. And hopefully youll enjoy
    this guest post to carry some new thoughts into
    Christmas plans this year.
  • A number of style philosophies have surfaced from
    the Chinese tradition from Geisha lady ornaments
    to Feng Shui wall art. The Chinese theme is
    currently trending among the 2013 Christmas
    cross-cultural decoration ideas and this post is
    going to help you get motivated. For embracing
    the theme this year, there will be some
    decorations necessary on your part to reflect the
    Chinese civilization. Heres how you can go about
  • 1.  Go for rich colored tree ornaments
  • Traditional Chinese colors like red and gold
    would harmonize the Christmas tree. A red ribbon
    can be tied around the limbs of the tree, topped
    with a copper colored mesh. Make sure you select
    a ribbon that has rich in texture for a daring
    statement. Also, let your family to add their own
    stuff to the tree to make the celebration
    amusing. They can either make their own add-ons
    or contribute to the theme. Also, sharing the
    tree christmas decorations will be a good recall
    of the ritual.
  • 2.  Add lightning outdoors
  • Dont shy away from sharing the theme with the
    neighbors, visitors and passers. When youre
    making an effort to reflect a different culture,
    it is important to share the global spirit with
    as many people as possible. For this reason,
    expand Christmas lightning to outdoors rather
    than keeping it restricted to the inside of the
    house. Chinese will add a warm tap to the
    surroundings, while walkway lights located at the
    ground level of the patio floor will help round
    out the scene. Garland string lights that come in
    a hanging display can also be used on the
    sideways. You also have the option to remain
    frugal with lightning by keeping them just to
    paper lanterns and paper strings.
  • 3.  Dont leave the front door empty
  • Except youre the only one living in your area,
    there are likely to be some knocks on the front
    door. An empty front door can consume the holiday
    spirit of the visitor (even if there are a lot of
    decorations inside).Therefore, you need to hang
    some ornaments on the outside of the front door.
    You can also apply the similar ornaments from the
    Christmas tree (buy more quantity if youre going
    to), acquire dissimilar designs or go DIY. For
    example, you can simply make laminated Chinese
    zodiac animals by printing them out, covering
    them with a plastic-coated sheet and punching
    them. Hang your creation on the front doors
    outside to feel the essence of Christmas.
  • 4.  Keep Hong bao on the table and the side desks
  • Hong bao are Chinese envelopes basked in red
    color, typically used on the Chinese New Year
    occasion. Their traditional reason is to hold
    money to grant to family, children or someone in
    need. However, you can also put them on the table
    and the side desks to add to the theme. They
    match the red decorations on the Christmas
    treefeel free to add some money inside to make
    them unforgettable for the kids in the end. You
    can find Chinese red envelopes online and at
    thrift stores. All these information will add to
    a merry Chinese Christmas. The red colors of the
    envelope symbolize good luck and are supposed to
    keep off evil spirits.
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