Christmas Tree with Presents - Creative Ideas for Using this Decorative Design
One of the most iconic symbols of Christmas is the Christmas tree with presents piled up underneath it, so it's a good idea to choose a Christmas gift with that very symbol on it.
You can opt for a Christmas tree afghan that can be embroidered with the family name and brought out each year to decorate a favorite chair or sofa. At 4ft by 5ft, they are large enough to share with a loved one for a cuddle!
You can choose a different type of Christmas tree with presents by opting for a Thomas Kinkade limited edition table top tree. These decorations come in several different styles, including Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and have a star that lights up, with glowing lights around the tree and presents surrounding the base. This is a special gift for a special someone.
If you need a decoration for a small area, such as a hallway or bathroom, then you might like a Christmas tree banner that shows a Christmas tree with presents around the base. You can purchase some battery operated lights to go brighten up your tree to make it even more special.
A cute gift for a small child would be a jigsaw puzzle of a Christmas tree with presents. This puzzle has only 14 pieces and is ideal for a child of 4 or older. Also available for children are many coloring pages depicting Christmas trees and presents which can be downloaded from the internet for the children to color in. These are appropriate for all ages so that they can be colored in any color the child desires - who wouldn't love a yellow Christmas tree?
If you enjoy cooking with your children, then you can make a batch of cookies cut out with a Christmas tree and present cookie cutter or any combination of Christmas cookie shapes. The children can then decorate them - letting their imagination run free! These would make a great gift for a teacher or grandparent.
Why not make a small quilt to hang on your wall at Christmas or give as a gift? This is an easy quilt to make - you simply make a pattern for the Christmas tree with presents underneath and embellish it with colored beads and gold or silver thread. This is a great Christmas keepsake.
The experienced knitter should have no trouble finding a pattern - or designing one - for a sweater decorated with a Christmas tree and presents. Naturally, this project would have to be started well before Christmas, but it would make a really cute gift for a young child.
Along the same lines, you can download a pattern for a Christmas tree with presents design to embroider onto a plain sweatshirt or t-shirt. This is truly a unique homemade gift and hopefully will be worn for many years on Christmas Day by the lucky recipient!
Don't forget your special Christmas dinnerware decorated with a Christmas tree and presents, whether it's treasured family china, a new set of dishes, or heavy-duty paper or plastic plates. There are so many designs to choose from that you can be sure your Christmas table will look its best and complement your wonderful Christmas dinner!
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