Get Christmas ready9:49 AM
I think I made it abundantly clear the previous years that I do not celebrate the Christian way, but the secular way. But regardless of your religious view, Christmas is a holiday that last several weeks. Weeks of preparation and anticipation that culminate to the day itself. In other words, this means you need to start thinking about it long before the actual day. And if you are a DIY type of person, you need to get crafting in November (Which I have plans to do this weekend).
As a result, I spend a lot of time on Pinterest as soon as Diwali is behind us. In India we have such a succession of holidays that I don't feel like their preparation overlapping.
I thought it would be fun for me to share a few of the things that caught my eye on Pinterest recently (at the default of sharing all of Pinterest...can't do that).
The first one that caught my eye is this one:
|Image source: Make Bake Celebrate|
One of the problem of living in India is that getting a decent Christmas tree isn't always possible depending where you live, but they aren't really necessary to have around to rock a stunning holiday decor:
|Image source: How to Decorate|
If you really can't do without a tree but can't get one anywhere, here is a DIY alternative:
|Image source: Tattered & Timeless|
And, for some reasons, I suddenly find myself craving hot chocolate come December. Something that is quite odd considering i am really not that crazy about milk to begin with.
So because of my sudden visions of hot cocoa milk, this pretty nifty Hot Chocolate recipe list caught my eye:
|Image Source: Life Hack|
I have a lot of ornaments ideas at the moment, many of which I pinned to my Christmas board, but this blog post was already getting quite image heavy. To sum it, I am getting warmed up for the Christmas season, and have been working on a few blog back stage things as well.
You know, just because I wasn't already super busy enough, and maybe because my name is Cyn...