There are many blogs which talk about decorating the silk plants with other plants or with some trimming activity. Many people just prefer to decorate their Christmas Trees in the holiday season, but you can play with your own creativity and add interest to the decoration. This generates more pleasure and sophistication and will ultimately delight every onlooker with its charm.
First of all, choose the number of trees that you are opting for decoration. Then, you can select some theme for your decoration. You can use large copper or gold balls with crimson ribbon and toile wrapping paper which complement well with each other.
You can also use other artificial trees like poinsettias, pinecones or other florals that will splash more color to your artificial tree decoration. If the silk trees have huge gaps between them, then you can fill those gaps with faux grass or artificial branches. This is a very effective way of decoration since it adds more greenery to your decoration and will also impart a natural feeling to your tree. For this purpose, you can go with silk sprays like Smilax, Ruscus, Mango Leaf Spray, Lemon Leaf Spray, Pittosporum Spray and many others. This adds a softness as well as delightful appearance to your overall setting. At the same time, make sure that you don’t over decorate. Trying to do many things at the same time can prove to be a completely disastrous decoration.
Add sparkle and crystal to your decoration which will attract many eyeballs. Scatter them throughout the decoration which will create a shine all over the tree. Use LED lights to create a further glowing appearance. String the lights all over the branches starting from the base of the tree.
Now is the time to indulge in your wild creativity. You can use some artificial fruits and place them all over the tree or you can also introduce some birds nest and place it on the tree. You can focus some light from the back of the tree that creates an altogether fantastic display. If you like a single color or want to match the decoration with your home interiors, then opt for a monochromatic tree.
So, this holiday season don’t suppress your creativity and imagination. These were just a few suggestions that will help you get started. Go on; let your imagination run haywire!