Decorate Your Christmas Tree In Green
Start with LED lights: Using LED Christmas lights for your tree conserves energy and LED lights look crystal clear and really pretty. There are plenty of choices in LED Christmas lights currently, from basic colored to twinkly white and even some fancier choices like snowflake LED lights. Visit Holiday LEDS for the biggest selection of LED Christmas lights.
For outside lighting there's also LED or even solar powered lights that look amazing as shown above.
Choose Earth Friendly Ornaments:
- You can make your own holiday Christmas tree ornaments out of recycled materials, popcorn, cranberries, found nature objects, homemade clay and more. This is an earth friendly and fun choice; especially if you have kids. It's also extra special because you get to deck your tree in a personal manner plus it's a great way to spend a cold afternoon.
- You can purchase reuse ornaments at a thrift store, antique shop, or garage sale OR hold an ornament exchange with friends and family - i.e if you're tired of your decor, maybe another family is too. Have a cookie making day and trade decor.
- You can buy new ornaments made from natural or eco-friendly materials.
Choose eco-friendly ornaments to purchase:
It's easier and less expensive to make your own Christmas tree ornaments, but if you do go with store bought look for ornaments made with recycled materials, glass, or natural materials. Also look for ornaments with a long life span. Some decent places to look include...
Head to the Natural Candy store for organic candy canes and cute maple candy then grab some cute gingerbread cakes from Gingerbread Sweets made naturally to sweeten your tree.