• High-impact, low-effort Christmas ideas

    by  • November 30, 2010 • Best of the rest • 1 Comment

    I’m just about to move house and while I’m HORRIFIED by how much stuff I’ve managed to collect over the years (and that’s minus a good 20 bags and boxes given to charity!) I’m soooo excited about the prospect of unpacking and decorating my new home for Christmas simulataneously!

    Anyone else planning to move over Christmas? Here are some high-impact, low-effort ideas to get your new home into the Christmas spirit.

    1) Firstly, I simply HAVE to plug the new Winter Spice disinfectant by Zoflora, never before has cleaning seemed so festive! I’m planning to use it in my new home to get festive… and also because I’ve heard that a couple of rugby boys used to live there!!

    2) Add instant sparkle to your new home with fairy lights. There’s no easier and cheaper way to add a warming glisten to dark evenings.

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    Add Christmas lights to your living room for an easy way to get into the festive spirit

    3) Planning on a little housewarming? Wow your guests with a personalised advent calender, or mugs tied to the banister, filled with sweeties.

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    Love Christmas crafts? Create a personalised advent calender your guests will love

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    Line your Christmas hallway with sweets and chocolate for your guests

    4) For an easy way to liven up your festive dining area, hang glistening star decorations to the back of your chairs.

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    Adorn your Christmas dining room with sparkly decorations

    5) Faced with bare walls? Display your Christmas cards proudly on a noticeboard covered in colourful paper.

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    Show off your popularity... I mean Christmas cards

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