Maybe you haven't had time to dig out your Christmas decorations, or maybe you weren't planning on decorating for the holidays at all this year. But when you're faced with a sudden holiday get-together, making your home feel festive does not have to be difficult or stressful. Martha Stewart offers several easy decorating tips that will spice up your decor for the holidays in no time.
Whether you have a favorite set of glass ornaments or you buy a box set at the store, these can turn into a beautiful table decoration in a snap. Simply fill a glass bowl, jar, hurricane or vase with these bright, shiny ornaments and place them on any table surface. Martha Stewart places hers in a garden cloche, a bell-shaped glass cover sold at garden supply stores that is designed to go over plants.
Hanging a little mistletoe is another way to get guests feeling festive. You can buy a ball of mistletoe or a kissing ball to set a romantic holiday mood, but red roses may also do the trick. Mixing romance with festivity, red roses are the perfect Christmas flowers for an elegant affair. Decorating for Christmas with flowers is one of the easiest ways to spruce up your home. A bouquet is a lovely option.
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