A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, published in 1843, and was not only one of his best loved works but also of the Christianity world. No wonder, The Sunday send a message to on 18 December, 1988 of Britain called Charles Dickens as the man who imaginary Christmas. The custom of lighted Christmas Tree originated in Germany from where the idea was brought to England by a German born Prince Albert, the companion of Queen Victoria. Soon the idea spread out as the gentry ongoing copying the Royal tradition of celebrating Christmas by decorating the Christmas tree with wax candles.
With Christmas carols in the air, christmas celebrations, beauty and fun. We decorate the houses to contribute to the jollity and festive spirit of the Christmas holidays. We use lights, colors, ornaments, wreaths, garlands, stars and the Christmas tree to add more and more loveliness to the homes. The grand and magical-looking christmas symbols are undeniably the highlight of these decorations. Today, people keep addition to the list with fancy lights and musical decors but the ones that are original and made by one's own hands and the most favorite ones too for they also bring the families and friends together as we trade ideas signifying thoughtful and sharing. So take your cutters, papers, ornaments, glitters, ribbons and glue to slice out your best Christmas ever.
christmas saying an easy home-made Christmas star can be completed in a jiffy using shiny red wrapping paper, cardboard, scissors, glue, glitter and some string. Draw a huge star on the cardboard and cut it out. Make a hole on the top. Cover it with the foil or shiny packaging paper. Paint glue in any pattern on the star and spread the glitter over it. Dust off the surplus glitter, when the glue dries. Attach the string and your star is ready to be hanged anywhere you wish. Christmas wreaths made of evergreen leaves with intense red ribbon bows look beautiful too along with hollies and bells.