Easy Christmas Homestyle (II).
By Colleen Moulding.
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|Display candles in front of a mirror to enjoy twice the beauty.
Wreaths aren't just for front doors. Add a really pretty one to a plain wall or wind tinsel around a frame, fix on some baubles and hang it somewhere that doesn't usually get decorated like a bathroom or garage.
If you don't have a fireplace and mantlepiece to decorate make a dresser, table or sideboard into a focal point. Swag it with real or artificial greenery and bows, pile on baskets of fruit, nuts and sweets mixed with candles and your favourite cards.
Tie large wire edged ribbon bows to the backs of Christmas day dining chairs. Trail a little ivy or use fake greenery if there are children around.
Floating candles in a glass bowl makes a pretty centrepiece especially if you match them to the rest of your table colour scheme.
Scatter wrapped chocolate coins across your table for added glitz. They can be eaten up at the end of the meal.
Shiny red apples can be wired on to swags and wreaths or just piled into baskets with cones, nuts and greenery. Or try using an apple corer to take out just enough of the apple to enable you to push in a candle for an unusual temporary candle holder.
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