5 Creative Ways to Deck the Halls this Season

5 Creative Ways to Deck the Halls this Season

5 Creative Ways to Deck the Halls this Season

Looking for a fun way to deck your halls — without making them look like everyone else’s? This year, skip the big box store and consider creating your own one-of-kind holiday decor. You don’t even have to be a crafting maven. Just check out these awesome ideas for custom holiday decor made easy.

 

 

Custom Ornaments

Think through the fun moments your family shared this year and memorialize them as photo ornaments. Make one for the whole family, or let each kid pick their favorite moment to highlight. They’ll love pulling out their custom ornaments each year and sharing what made their chosen memories so special. These also make fantastic stocking stuffers!

 

 

Personalized Road Signs

These custom, Christmas-themed road signs are the perfect way to add a bit of magic and whimsy to your home. Let people know where to find the Christmas goodies, make sure Santa can find his way or simply celebrate your family and the traditions you share.

 

 

Expressions Wood Print

Your family Christmas card photo will grace the refrigerators of all your loved ones. But it should have a prominent place in your home, too! Create a custom wood print using one of three holiday-themed designs. Any white in your image lets the wood’s unique grain show through, making for a truly one-of-a-kind Christmas photo display. 

 

 

Hanging Collage Canvas

Pull out your favorite photos from past holidays and make a custom hanging collage. You can pick a theme of photos (sledding, unwrapping presents, decorating the tree) or simply the photos that make you smile widest. Friends and family will love to reminisce and share the stories behind the photos.

 

 

Pictures with Santa Photo Book

Give your photos with Santa a place to be cherished. These beautiful wood photo books are printed on premium birch and bound with leather cords, creating a perfectly custom keepsake. Make a book of each year’s photos. Then, when the kids are grown, make each of them their own book of Santa photos from over the years. When it’s time to find their own unique Christmas decor, they’ll love that you’ve given them a head start.

November 5, 2020