Christmas Decorations

So we entered the week before Christmas. So we have less then 10 days, which is extremely exciting for me because Christmas is my favorite event from the year. And as promised in the post New Things there will be a couple of posts related to X-mas: some of them will be DIYs that I am doing (extremely excited) and other will be inspired from things I am finding on the internet. So the 1st post from this X-mas series will be about Tree decorations.

I discovered that the internet is full with extremely beautiful, fun and interesting geometric decorations for X-mas trees. It looks like the geometric style has spread through the interior design domain a lot. And I happy to see people giving more credit to geometry when it comes to art. So here are some my favorite examples (source from the photos is mostly Pinteres):

1.Basic Geometrical Shapes – basic shapes such as cubes, cuboids, pyramids, prisms that we have learned about from primary school are now around us for chic decorations:

Glittered Geometry Garland / Leif DIY: geo christmas ornamentsGeometric paper #Christmas ornaments Wooden-Block-Christmas-Ornaments-Detail

These shapes are also really easy to make in case you are prepared for DIYs and I am sure you remember from school the nets. They were always extreme fun for me, and I discover children still love them now.

crafts about family for children -- angry birds printables for 3d shapes

2. Shapes which are geometry inspired – these are not normal, basic shapes which sometimes can have hard names to remember. But they are still nice and can become extremely interesting is we start to study them geometrically:

I LOVE these Christmas tree ornaments DIY Geometric Paper Ornaments Set of 8 Paper by FieldGuideDesign - these would make a great mobile. Himmeli Ornaments | 40 DIY Home Decor Ideas That Aren't Just For Christmas Laser cut geometric plywood christmas tree decoration set £20 Made in Britain.

Staying geometrical this Christmas! ^_^ Enjoy the moment, use the ‘smile’ and be happy, this happens just once a year!

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