Christmas Decorating

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Decorating with Picks & Decomesh 0

Novelty Picks

Decorating with Picks

Many people haven't heard of picks but these are the sprays of flowers, branches and leaves that we add to our Christmas trees and table top displays to create real "wow" factor. To put it simply, they are decorations on sticks! And the even better news is that picks are not limited to flowers, but there’s loads of fabulously fun novelty sprays as well. Check out our range of picks 

Table top decorations

Picks can be used to create a tree topper, add dimension to your tree, to create a strong repeat decorating pattern in your tree, or use them in your wreaths, garlands and table top displays to create stunning displays.

Using picks in Christmas garlands

This glittering snowman head pick is the perfect addition to centre piece displays or for use in your garlands and wreaths and there are variety of sizes available.

Decorating with Decomesh

All you need to create a deco mesh wreath 

Another fabulous tool for creating a unique Christmas display is Decomesh! It’s a perfect material that is easy to use and creates the perfect base wreath to embellish with ribbon, picks, baubles and tubing. View our range of Decomesh

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At My Christmas, we love showing you how easy it is to create your own Christmas decor with our Christmas Demonstrations. In fact, this season we will be hosting even more classes on how to create your own mantel or table top garland, design a table top decoration, how to make a deco mesh and ribbon wreaths or Garlands and how to create Tree Toppers using picks and sprays. And if you’ve always wondered how to create an amazing effect using lighting on your tree then we’ve scheduled some classes for you too!  If you can’t attend a demo, you can visit the YouTube channel to see our instructional video on How To Make a Decomesh Wreath

 

 

HoliSpheres 0

HoliSpheres are a great way to illuminate your Christmas space.
If you’re looking for a spectacular display of sparkling light this Christmas, HoliSpheres are a simple and stylish way to add a dramatic decoration to your indoor and outdoor environment.

Scatter them through your garden to create precious lighting by simply hanging the spheres from your trees. Set up your HoliSphere and style them with strings of lights or decorate with Deco mesh. A large range of mesh & lights to match your Christmas theme are available in store. As the weather warms up and you move your Christmas celebrations outdoors, HoliSpheres are a unique way to recreate your alfresco dining area.
Holispheres
For a more festive effect during the day, you can decorate with deco mesh to add a splash of colour. And think beyond Christmas, a collection of HoliSpheres exploding with vibrant colour create that unexpected “wow factor” at your next party or celebration.

Each set contains three sizes (25cm, 30 and 35cm)and they are a breeze to assemble! Each ball consists of a three ring system that slot together quickly and efficiently. The serrated outer edges make it easy to wrap your string of lights around the rings creating a stunning stylish addition to your entertaining area. You can even choose solar lights! When you’re done, disassemble and they pack flat for easy storage.

Christmas Lanterns 0

Christmas Lantern

I just love these battery operated glitter Christmas lanterns! When I was in Dallas in January, I discovered some gorgeous varieties so I've ordered my favourite ones. Atmospheric lighting makes such a difference to the ambience of a room and each of these Christmas lanterns add a simple festive touch of sparkle to your Christmas space.

Lantern

Christmas In July Check List 0

Winter has definitely taken centre stage so it's time to start planning our Christmas in July celebration. In Australia, Christmas falls in the Summer so many of us have BBQ’s & seafood platters, decorate our alfresco areas and enjoy Christmas day in the sun. In winter, it's time to cozy up by the open fire with a glass of Mulled wine!!!

How Many Lights for my Christmas Tree? 0

One of the most common questions I get asked is “How many lights for my tree?”   Of course it all depends on the size of your Christmas Tree and where it's positioned.