Back then, people would make wreaths out of leaves, flowers, and other natural stuff to show off their victories and honors. Fast forward to the Middle Ages, and Christians started using wreaths to represent Advent, with the circle shape symbolizing eternity and those evergreen leaves representing hope and renewal.Read More
Whether you’re a first-time homeowner or have celebrated the holiday season in your home for many years, festive decorations can make your home feel cluttered. It’s easy to get carried away, and there is a fine line between tasteful maximalism and overkill. When you’re ready to deck the halls, here are 15 ways to decorate for the holidays without feeling cluttered.Read More
The first holiday season in your new home is a special time for creating memories. Decorating your house for the first time is an exciting part of the festivities, but it can also be stressful — particularly for your bank account.
After making a down payment on your new home — plus paying for a home inspection and other moving expenses amid high inflation — spending more money on holiday decor might seem unthinkable. And if you’re still shopping for a new home this holiday season, it can feel frivolous.Read More
Outdoor Christmas lights can light up your home – and your mood – for the holidays, but they can also pose a risk if basic precautions are ignored.
Each year, fires caused from electrical issues result in millions of dollars worth of damage, not to mention the death that can very often occur.
And while outdoor displays aren’t nearly as combustible as Christmas trees can be, it’s still important to follow some basic guidelines to minimize the risk of fire from outdoor Christmas lights.Read More
The holidays are here and boy are they exciting. Creating memories throughout the holidays is wonderful and are hidden treasures. Holiday decorating can add to these holiday memories. With these simple tips you can make holiday decorating a memorable experience and keep your decorating easy. Read More