Five ways to bring some festive sparkle to your garden

Five ways to bring some festive sparkle to your garden


Posted 4th Dec 2018

While we all think about getting our interiors ready for Christmas, it raises the question - what about our gardens?

They're often overlooked but that doesn't mean they're not important. With this in mind, we've spoken to BillyOh.com who are sharing their tips for transforming your garden into a festive haven this year...

1. Opt for an outdoor Christmas tree

Most of us will have a Christmas tree indoors - why not get one for the garden too? A freshly cut, potted Christmas tree can be placed on your lawn or patio to great effect - you just need to remember to attach waterproof decorations.

2. Add some tinsel

As it will either be made from plastic or shredded metal, tinsel will typically be able to withstand the British weather this winter. You can hang it around any garden ornaments or even along the fence if you want.

3. Light it up

Having some waterproof Christmas lights will look great when wrapped around trees or any substantial bushes you have in your garden - just make sure it remains tasteful.

4. Hang a wreath

You'll almost certainly see households with festive wreaths on their front door - why not take this a step further any hang one on your back door or shed?

5. Creative crafting

Add some cheer to your garden-facing windows by hanging some hand-made paper snowflakes. Other nice additions to conservatories, cabins and playhouses include some pinecones or evergreen branches.

 






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