When 24th of December is just around the corner most of us get to their relatives and back to their homes where they have been born. Christmas is the time when we spend most of our time with our families and those who we somehow neglected because of the busy working days we have in urban cities.
It is the time when children spent more time with their parents as well as middle-aged couples with their old relatives. And this is great time for us to make a few changes in our homes in order to recreate the authentic holiday Christmas spirit, because it is nothing but pure love.
Today I have collected this inspirational set of images of Christmas jars that, I think, will be a great addon to your traditional decor. Now, let’s have a closer look.
Christmas Jars – Ideas for Decoration and more
So, what about these jars? How can we use them as a part of the interior? Well, there are many available options but most of them are:
1. To keep sweets, cookies, treats and other food in a fashionable and creative way. Children simply love this type of creativity with Christmas jars so if there are some little pals around you, surprise them with their favorite cookies;
2. To wrap them with paper or/and ribbons and turn them into an interesting decorative item that can be used as a table centerpiece, on the fireplace mantel or just at the kitchen island. Also, window ledges are a great place for this kind of paper wrapped jars;
3. To use them instead of flower pots. I really like those kind of creative people who use their imagination to recreate the holiday Christmas spirit and turn their ordinary hurricane jar into a real masterpiece of decoration. They either find some fresh and natural flowers from the local store which they later arrange in a beautiful bouquet or they go outside the streets and collect some winter branches which they later decorate with ribbons, paper wreaths, etc. The advantage of the first option is that it is fresh but usually lasts for only a day or two, while natural green branches can stay up to a month in the same condition as they were in the moment they have been picked.
If you want to make it on your own, play the video and get the instructions!