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Decorating For Christmas

Updated on November 18, 2012

Yes You Can Write To Santa Claus

His Address Santa Claus North Pole Alaska  99705 Letters are not answered but all are read by the Jolly Old Elf himself. He gets hundreds of thousands of letters a year at this address. So yes your kids can write to Santa Claus.
His Address Santa Claus North Pole Alaska 99705 Letters are not answered but all are read by the Jolly Old Elf himself. He gets hundreds of thousands of letters a year at this address. So yes your kids can write to Santa Claus.

Welcome To The North Pole

Yes there is a real North Pole just outside of Fairbanks Alaska. It is according to the United States Post Office the real home of Santa Claus. And the zip code for the real North Pole is 99705. Your children can even write a letter to Santa Claus. They should send it to.

Your Children Can Write To Santa At The Below Address

Santa Claus

North Pole Alaska

99705

Letters are not answered but they are read by the jolly old elf himself so get those letters out to Santa Claus early. As Santa gets hundreds of thousands of letters a year at this address. Below is a collection of photos from North Pole Alaska. Yes there really is a place called the North Pole. It's in Alaska and it's really a unique place. Be sure to check out all the photos below.

Photos From North Pole Alaska , Click Each Photo For Full Size Photo

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Santa Claus The Jolly Old Elf Himself Santa's House Welcome To Santa's House Santa's House In Summer Time A Winter Night Sky Over The North Pole The North Pole The Worlds Largest Santa just outside Santa's North Pole HouseA Moose in the Woods. A Comet In The Night Sky Over The North Pole The Road To The North Pole Sunset In The North Pole Santa's House In Winter Santa's Emergency Sled Dogs Santa's House In Summer
Santa Claus The Jolly Old Elf Himself
Santa Claus The Jolly Old Elf Himself
Santa's House
Santa's House
Welcome To Santa's House
Welcome To Santa's House
Santa's House In Summer Time
Santa's House In Summer Time
A Winter Night Sky Over The North Pole
A Winter Night Sky Over The North Pole
The North Pole
The North Pole
The Worlds Largest Santa just outside Santa's North Pole House
The Worlds Largest Santa just outside Santa's North Pole House
A Moose in the Woods.
A Moose in the Woods.
A Comet In The Night Sky Over The North Pole
A Comet In The Night Sky Over The North Pole
The Road To The North Pole
The Road To The North Pole
Sunset In The North Pole
Sunset In The North Pole
Santa's House In Winter
Santa's House In Winter
Santa's Emergency Sled Dogs
Santa's Emergency Sled Dogs
Santa's House In Summer
Santa's House In Summer

North Pole, Alaska

Christmas Decoration Ideas for Kids

Are you a parent? If so, there is a good chance that you already know just how much kids love the holidays. That is why you may want to think about letting your children help you decorate for Christmas. In fact, in addition to just letting them help you hang Christmas decorations, you may also want to let them make their own handmade Christmas decorations. Not only will you find that there are a number of benefits to doing so, but you will also find that there are a number of fun and exciting Christmas decorations that they can easily make.

Almost every family that celebrates Christmas has a Christmas tree; therefore, there is a good chance that your family will have one. One fun and exciting Christmas craft project that your children could do involves making their own Christmas ornaments. Christmas ornaments can be made from regular paper or any other type of material. In fact, you can purchase a number of Christmas ornament cutouts or guides from your local craft store. These ornament pieces are likely plain, but already shaped like something, such as a star or a cross. It would be up to your child to paint their ornament. This type of Christmas decoration craft project is great for small children or those who may be making their own Christmas decorations for the first time.

In addition to Christmas trees, a large number of families have small Christmas signs or pictures throughout their home. These signs and pictures often state a Christmas message or have a picture of Santa. Your children could easily make their own paintings or drawings, often with the supplies that can already be found inside your home. Your child’s picture would likely look great on your refrigerator or you could even frame the picture and hang it up somewhere else inside your home. This type of Christmas decoration craft project is ideal for children of any age and, as previously mentioned, is a great way to save money since you likely already have all of the needed supplies.

Another fun Christmas decoration that your children could do is make a centerpiece for your dining room table. In fact, you may also want to use that centerpiece for your Christmas dinner. If you are looking for a somewhat elegant centerpiece, you could easily have your children make their own. You can do this by purchasing artificial flowers, a large bowl or vase, as well as other decorative items. Your children can easily arrange these items to create their own unique centerpieces for your dining room table. It may also be a good idea to let them be crafty. Your child may also be able to create a centerpiece in the shape of Santa or a Christmas tree by using construction paper and a few other small supplies.

The above mentioned Christmas craft decoration ideas for kids are just a few of the many that exist. In addition to using your own craft ideas, you can also find a number of other fun Christmas craft projects for kids online. You can find a collection of ideas by performing a standard internet search. Also, in your local library or at one of your local book stores, you may also be able to find a collection of Christmas craft books for children. These books tend to outline the supplies needed, as well as give detailed directions on how to make Christmas decorations. These decorations may include Christmas drawings or paintings, tree ornaments, table centerpieces, and much more.

Regardless of which type of Christmas decorations you allow your child or children to make, they will likely enjoy the experience, especially if you participate as well. For a child, there is nothing like seeing their Christmas drawings hanging on the walls or their Christmas ornaments hanging on the tree. That is why you are advised to let your children make their own Christmas decorations. As mentioned above, there are a number of decorations that they can easily create; decorations that may require little time and money.

Decorating for Christmas: Decorating Your Whole Home

Are you looking forward to Christmas this year? If so, there is a good chance that you cannot wait until it arrives. While it is difficult, in fact impossible, to make Christmas come any sooner, there are ways that you can bring the Christmas spirit into your house before the holiday actually arrives. You can do this by decorating your home for Christmas.

When it comes to decorating for Christmas, there are many individuals who place a focus on one room and one room only. That room is likely the room in which their Christmas tree is in. While it is important to decorate your Christmas tree and the room that it is in, you should also think about decorating the rest of your home. In a small amount of time, you can easily show your appreciation for Christmas, in each and every room of your home.

Since, the room in which your Christmas tree is in was already touched on, it is best to focus on other rooms, besides your living room, family room, or den. Perhaps, it is best to focus on the bathroom. After all, it is one of the most used rooms in any home. If you are interested in decorating your bathroom for Christmas, you can often do so with a few small, yet affordable Christmas decorations. You can hang a Christmas picture in your bathroom or replace some of your bath towels with Christmas bath towels. If you want to, you could even replace your bathmat or shower curtain with one that has a Christmas theme.

The kitchen is another room that you could easily decorate for the Christmas holiday season. With the kitchen, like the bathroom, there are a number of low-cost ways that you can go about getting your decorating done. For instance, did you know that you can purchase Christmas themed potholders, over mitts, and kitchen towels for only a couple of dollars each? If money is not an issue, you may want to think about adding some Christmas themed kitchenware into the mix. For a little bit more money, but still a relatively affordable price, you should be able to find matching sets of bowls, plates, and cups that come with pre-designed Christmas themes.

You may also want to decorate the bedrooms in your home, especially if you have children. One Christmas decorating idea that all children love is Christmas lights. In fact, there are some children who decorate their rooms with Christmas lights all year long. Simply by hanging Christmas lights along the perimeter of your child’s room, you could easily help to create a Christmas-like feel in their room. If your child would prefer not to have Christmas lights in the bedroom, you could easily hang a small Christmas picture in their room. This picture can be a nice framed one or it can be one of the Christmas cardboard cutouts that you can purchase in a package at most dollar stores.

In addition to decorating the rooms inside your home, you may also want to think about decorating the outside of your home as well. If you are looking for a simply way to showoff your Christmas spirit, you could easily run Christmas lights along the outside of your home. There are special Christmas lights that are developed just for this purpose. If you would like to do more, you could also decorate your lawn for Christmas. A few Christmas yard signs may be nice; however, you can go even larger than that. There are a number of retail stores that sell large inflatable Christmas trees, reindeer, or Santas. No matter how much or how little decorating you do outside of your home, it may be a good idea to showcase your love for Christmas to your entire neighborhood.

The above mentioned Christmas decorating tips are just that, tips. If you want to decorate your whole home for Christmas, go right ahead; you will likely be pleased with your decision to do so. However, you don’t have to. For some individuals a simple Christmas tree is all the Christmas spirit that they need have.

Shopping for Christmas Tree Decorations

When it comes to decorating for Christmas, there are a large number of individuals and families who put a lot of time and focus into decorating, especially their Christmas tree. If you are looking to decorate your Christmas tree this year, either by yourself or with your family, you will need to have Christmas tree decorations. While there is a good chance that you already have some Christmas tree decorations saved, you may need or want to purchase more. If that is the case, you will have a number of different buying options.

Perhaps, one of the easiest ways to purchase decorations for your Christmas tree is by visiting one of your local department stores. Department stores are nice because they sometimes double as discount stores; meaning you should be able to purchase your Christmas tree decorations, whether they be lights or ornaments, for a relatively affordable price. Also, depending on the size of your local department store, you should be able to find a fairly large selection of Christmas tree decorations.

In addition to your local department store, you can also find and buy Christmas tree decorations from specialty Christmas shops. Depending on where you live, you should have at least one specialty Christmas shop in or around your home. What is nice about specialty Christmas shops is that they specifically focus on Christmas. Essentially, that means that if you are looking for the largest selection of Christmas tree decorations, you may want to think about doing your shopping at a specialty Christmas shop. The only problem with specialty Christmas shops is that their items tend to be higher priced; however, the quality is often better than what you would find in most department stores.

If you are looking for high quality, elegant Christmas tree decorations or ornaments, but you do not have access to a local specialty Christmas store, you may want to think about doing your shopping online. Online, there are a number of retailers who specialize in selling Christmas tree decorations. In addition to the Christmas tree decorations that you may find in your local department store, you may also be able to find individuals or companies who specialize in creating unique, handcrafted Christmas ornaments. As you might expect, handcrafted Christmas ornaments, especially those that are customized, cost a fairly decent amount of money, but it would be more than worth the extra cost to get exactly what you wanted.

As previously mentioned, there is a good chance that you already have a collection of Christmas tree decorations saved from previous years. If you are looking to save money, when decorating your Christmas tree, it may be best to use all of your old decorations. You could easily change things around a little bit so that your tree doesn’t look exactly the same as it did in previous years. If you did not save your Christmas tree decorations from last year, you will need to purchase new ones. After you have purchased new decorations for your tree and the Christmas holiday has come and gone, you may want to save your new decorations for the following year. Doing so may make it easier for you to decorate next year’s Christmas tree.

Whether you are shopping for Christmas tree decorations on a budget or not, you should easily be able to find the decorations that you wanted or at least the ones that you need. While it is fun to shop for Christmas tree decorations, the fun part starts when the tree decorating process actually begins. For the best memories, decorate your Christmas tree with someone that you know and love.

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