Holiday Christmas Decorating-Charlotte NC

Holiday Mistle Toes
Holiday Snowy stockings, stitched up using quilted cotton, fleece, or muslin, are embellished with everything from fluffy faux fur to fringed felt, and then hung by the chimney with flair.

Holiday Decorating Event Party - Line

Striped runners, made in minutes from ticking fabric, set the scheme for this color-coordinated decorated table . Rudolph-red ribbons, chargers, and winter berries continue the harmonious holiday hues.
Redesign + More can decorate your Christmas Holidays and Holiday Event Partys call today today and schedule your appointment with our Holiday & Event Party Decorators. 

Christmas Tree Decorating - Star Power

To get the red-and-white palette to pop, a blue spruce is trimmed with touches of turquoise and teal. Topping it all off: a handcrafted wrapping paper star.

First gather a printout of the star point template, stiff paper (e.g., two manila folders, poster board), leftover wrapping paper of your choice (we chose stripes, but anything goes), double-stick tape, spray adhesive, scissors, and an X-Acto knife. Cut out the star point with your knife; use a ruler to keep your lines straight. Tape the template onto your stiff paper, use your knife to cut it out; repeat until you have five of these "points" cut from the stiff paper.
To cover your star points with the gift wrap, trace each cutout piece onto the backside of your wrapping paper; cut out the shape but about 1/2" wider all the way around. Use spray adhesive to adhere the patterned paper; trim away any excess with your knife. Fold the star and crease down the center with the pattern on the outside, making sure to fold the tab as seen on the template from the front to back.

Repeat this step with all five star points. Lay all points out in a star formation, then cover all tabs with double-stick tape. Tape the five points together, making sure to align the tabs, to form your star; work it so it takes on a 3D shape. Christmas Tree Decorating with Star Power.
Call Redesign + More for hassle free Holiday Season, Our Holiday Decorators can decorate your Christmas Tree or Trees, we decorate fireplace mantels too and so much more.  

Sweet Holiday Christmas Touches
 Sugar cookies iced and decorated with fanciful food-coloring flourishes  mimic melt in your mouth candies.
Make Sugar Cookie Cutouts, cutting the dough into circles of various sizes. Make Ornamental Frosting, and stir in 1/8 teaspoon of peppermint extract. Place one third of the frosting in a bowl, and tint with Christmas Red food-color paste.

To prevent the frosting from drying out, cover surfaces with plastic wrap until ready to use. Fit a pastry bag or re-sealable plastic bag with a small writing tip. Fill with a quarter of the white frosting. Pipe outlines around the edges of the cookies and let dry. Thin the remaining white frosting by stirring in a little water until the consistency is similar to thick paint. Transfer the red frosting to a pastry bag (or re-sealable plastic bag) fitted with a small writing tip. Place the thinned white frosting in another pastry bag (or re-sealable plastic bag with a 1/2 tip or opening). Squeeze the frosting into the outlined area, and spread with a small offset spatula. While the white frosting is still wet, pipe a series of dots or parallel, curved or crisscrossing lines with the red frosting.

Then, working quickly (before the frosting dries) draw a toothpick through the lines to make a second set of squally spaced lines, perpendicular to the first set, a set of lines at an angle to the first set of lines, or a series of swirls. Wipe the toothpick clean after drawing each line to ensure a neat appearance for the next line. For the small starburst mint designs, let the white frosting harden completely. Pipe a series of evenly spaced dots around the edge of the small cookies. Using a small paintbrush began to paint the dots into small triangles.

Holiday Decorating - On Display
Play up the old-fashioned appeal of these striped sticks by popping them in silver containers and grouping on a tray no need to polish! Great Decorating Ideas for the Holidays
Holiday Table Displays are one of our favorites Thanksgiving, Christmas or any other special Holiday Occasion.

Decorating Holiday - Candy Pane
Hooked onto polka-dot ribbons, a row of Holiday candy canes livens up a bough-decked window.

Christmas Candy Wrappers
Streamline gift-giving by wrapping all your presents in the same pristine white paper brightened with bold color. It's elegant, economical, and easy to customize with Christmas tree cuttings, tags, and tempting candies.
The idea of Gift Wrapping during the Christmas Holidays can become stressful and time consuming. Give Redesign + More a call and let us help you with your Holiday Season.

 Classic Traditional Peppermint Glow
A sleek, simple tray with pillar candles and peppermint puffs is part decoration, part dessert  and a less traditional take on the classic traditional Holiday candy dish.
Do you long for that Classic Traditional Holiday Christmas look but just don't have the time to pull it together?  Call our team of Holiday Decorators to do the work for you.

Bring the Holidays Over the Door
In this fresh, fragrant Holiday door display, a lone loop of scarlet-striped fabric showcases the natural beauty of a bushy bay leaf wreath.
The Holidays in NC are for enjoying time with family and friends. Call today for your Holiday Decorating Consultation.
Christmas - Bough Wows for the Holiday
Christmas Rosettes (Pictured at top) With a bright blue button and a few fast folds, fabric ribbons turn into these charming Christmas rosettes.
For each ornament you’ll need: 1 1/2" ribbon cut to 17” length, a to-scale felt disc (cut from sheets of felt), a button of your choice, a short length of 1/8" ribbon (to loop as the ornament hanger), double-stick tape, a stapler, and hot glue gun. Lay out the 1 1/2" ribbon right side up, and attach tape along the entire top edge. Starting at the left end, fold the ribbon at a slight angle in 1/2" increments, making sure to keep the center tight while flaring out the edges — this is how you make a circle; the tape keeps it intact.
When you’ve completed the circle, secure the ends with a stapler. Next, grab a felt disc, and glue it to the front center. Affix a cute button on top of the felt, and attach thin ribbon loop to the back to hang.
Christmas Cut-outs (Pictured in center) Decked out in a dainty dot print, favorite holiday cookie cutters can double as decor. All you do: Trace the cutter onto patterned wrapping paper, snip out the shape, and attach in back with clear tape.

Christmas - Door Bell
This crisp peppermint wreath will keep guests knocking all season long. From a crafts store, purchase a 2" thick Styrofoam sheet, a heated Styrofoam cutter, and roughly 3" wide outdoor Christmas ribbon in a red and white stripe. Draw out a 16" square wreath shape with slightly rounded corners; use your heated Styrofoam cutter to cut the wreath to size. Cut out the center of the wreath, keeping the all-around width at 3.5".
Cut four individual lengths of ribbon each one long enough to wrap around the front and sides of the wreath and use pins to securely fasten in place (on the back side of the wreath). Overlap each piece as you go until the entire Styrofoam wreath is covered in ribbon. Add a white ribbon bow and top the whole thing off with a sprig of evergreen, if you like.
Photos and Article Courtesy of Good Housekeeping

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