Decorations for Christmas Online
1. Floating Candles - Set of 6
Each one is meticulously poured by hand. Before being gently put onto the candles, the flowers are first dried and pressed. These floating Christmas candles have been precisely made to float in water and look attractive. They have a magical influence on the audience. Natural wax and flowery essential oils are used to make this candle.
2. Star (Set of 3) - 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 a newspaper or any other paper waste, which is utilised to make paper pulp. The adhesive is a sticky substance that is mixed into the pulp of the paper. Multani Mitti is to give the product more strength and a superior finish.
3. Christmas Ball - Handmade Papier Mache Christmas Ornament
Papier mache is a type of paper that has been produced by hand. Acrylic paint was used to create this Christmas ornament. The primary raw material utilised to prepare paper pulp is a newspaper or any other waste paper. The adhesive is a sticky substance that is mixed into the paper pulp. Multani Mitti is used to give the product more strength and a more excellent finish.
4. Handwoven Upcycled Cotton Cushion Cover (12 x 12 in)
Handwoven cotton cushion cover that has been repurposed. These lovely handmade cushion coverings will add texture and flair to your living area and can be a perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones. Every lovely Christmas home decor needs a dose of texture and pattern, which this cushion will provide. This cushion cover was created to provide much-needed support for the lower back and neck, and shoulders. In addition, this becomes a posture correction cushion due to the hardness of Raw Cotton - KAAPUS utilised in the fillers. People who spend a lot of time sitting in chairs, automobiles, and offices are the best candidates. Handwoven on wooden frames with repurposed 100% cotton hosiery yarn following environmental policies.
1. What are things found on a Christmas tree?
Christmas trees can be decorated with lights, garlands, tinsel, and ornaments. This is common knowledge for most people.
2. What does the Christmas tree symbolise?
During the 16th century, Martin Luther is thought to have brought the first recorded Christmas tree indoors and ornamented it. For Christians, the Christmas tree symbolises Jesus and the light he brings to the world.