Hello, Christmas fans, and welcome once more to ChristmasWatch 2012. Winter Clearlight here, your ever faithful guide to all things Christmas in the world. Only 19 days remain now on the clock, and as the days turn colder, everyone seems more and more aware that the time is getting closer.
And as people become more and more eager, many become particularly creative. As this photo blog from the Huffington Post discusses, around the world people create the most unusual Christmas trees. From massive trees made of fiber optic lights and large decorative cones, to trees made of stuffed animals, discarded cans, and even bicycles, there are so many ways to create a Christmas tree that has no greenery, or a completely different shape than normal.
At Christmas Central, we embrace this idea as fully as anyone else. From spiral shaped and whimsically crooked trees, to cheerful candy constructions, we have so much to choose from! Would you like a cone shaped tree made out of peppermint candy? We have it. One doesn’t need to feel bored with seeing the same decorations, year in and out, when there is so much more to explore in the idea.
As it is each day, this is Winter Clearlight saying, why not try something new for your Christmas? Decorating should be about stamping your own identity on your environment, being able to create whatever style you would like to see. And that’s the way trees are.