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    100% Handcrafted Christmas Trees from iTokri

    On December 25th, we celebrate Christmas. It is a Christian holiday honouring the birth of Jesus Christ, who is regarded as God's son. The name is made up of the terms \"Christ\" and \"mass,\" which refers to the holy mass of Christ (supper, feast, or festival). Many Christmas traditions, such as exchanging gifts, dining, and decorating a tree, can be traced back to earlier holidays. It's a time for us to spend quality time with our families, crafting Christmas decoration...

    100% Handcrafted Christmas Trees from iTokri

    On December 25th, we celebrate Christmas. It is a Christian holiday honouring the birth of Jesus Christ, who is regarded as God's son. The name is made up of the terms "Christ" and "mass," which refers to the holy mass of Christ (supper, feast, or festival). Many Christmas traditions, such as exchanging gifts, dining, and decorating a tree, can be traced back to earlier holidays. It's a time for us to spend quality time with our families, crafting Christmas decorations and other crafts, singing Christmas music, listening to heartwarming Christmas stories, and cooking delectable treats! Delivering gifts during the Christmas season recalls the Three Kings giving gifts to the newborn Jesus, according to Christian tradition. Celebrate Christmas this winter with affordable  Christmas Tree Decor from iTokri, which will bring joy to the lives of your loved ones. You may shop with confidence on iTokri's website. iTokri offers hassle-free international shipping as well as cash on delivery. 

    Christmas Decor from iTokri

    1. Kutch Copper Coated 5 Bell Coconut Tree

    Aside from the traditional Christmas decorations, here is another home decor choice that you may use not just for Christmas but also on regular days. This 5 Bell Coconut Tree is crafted entirely of high-quality metal with a gleaming copper finish. When the bells are struck, they make a lovely sound. This home decor could also be used as a wind chime. It comes from the Kutch region of India.

    2. Star (Set of 3) - Handmade Paper Mache Christmas Ornament

    Papier mache is a type of paper mâché that is manufactured by hand. Acrylic paints were used to create this Christmas ornament. The primary raw material for this craft is a newspaper or any other waste paper used to make paper pulp. The adhesive is a sticky substance that is mixed into the pulp of the article. Multani Mitti- to give the product more strength and a superior finish.

     3. Tree - Hand Painted Wooden Hanging

    Decorative wooden hanging made of MDF wood and hand-carved by master artisan Neeraj Kumar from Bahadurgarh, Haryana, painted with acrylic colours.

     4. Terracotta Handmade Handi Candle (Set of 10)

    Candles are a great  Christmas home decor alternative, especially if you're on a budget. This set of ten terracotta  Christmas candles is entirely handcrafted. These are also ideal for gifts, particularly during a festive season like Christmas. Each candle would last about 3.5 hours if left unattended.

     5. Christmas Ball - Handmade Papier Mache Christmas Ornament

    Papier mache is a type of papier mâché that is manufactured by hand. Acrylic paints were used to create this Christmas ornament. The primary raw material for this craft is newspapers or any other paper waste utilised to make paper pulp. Glue is a sticky substance that is mixed into the pulp of the paper. Multani Mitti- to give the product more strength and a superior finish.

    FAQs

    1. What is traditionally a Christmas tree?

    A Christmas tree is an ornamented tree; generally an evergreen coniferous like cedar, spruce, pine, or an artificial tree with a strong resemblance, connected with the commemoration of Christmas, which originated in Germany is linked to Saint Boniface.

    2. What is unique about Christmas trees?

    In evangelical Christianity, the Christmas tree represents Lord Christ's baptism and crucifixion. The tree's branching and bushes are seen as symbols of permanence and are thought to express Christ's wreath of thorns on the crucifixion.

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