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How To Celebrate A Celebrity Christmas + Celebrity Christmas Decorations

Updated on December 8, 2007

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If this isn't the epitome of style, I don't know what is...
If this isn't the epitome of style, I don't know what is...

Quick Celebrity Decoration Instructions

Quick Celebrity Christmas Decoration Directions

1.Make your decoration as usual. Draw yourself a nice fat jolly Santa, or a happy snowman, and cut it out carefully.

2.Instead of simply sticking it on your wall, or putting a hole in the top, tying string through it, and hanging it on the tree, take a few minutes to go through magazines and cut out the heads of your favorite celebrities.

3.Using glue, affix the celebrity face to the decoration, and hang wherever you please for that touch of celebrity glamor this Christmas!

Christmas is a time for coming together, for seeing family and friends, for celebrating one another, and gifting presents to those nearest and dearest. If you've been thinking that your Christmas really needs a little more class however, perhaps a little more 'star' quality (after all, a star did play quite a significant role in the nativity story, didn't it) why not try celebrating Christmas like a celebrity, or if you don't think you'll quite be able to swing the lavish price tag, at least incorporate celebrity into your celebrations, after all, if you buy all the tabloids, read all the magazines, and search the Internet for celebrity stories the whole year 'round, why not include your celebrity fixation in with the holiday theme?

There are many ways you can celebrate a celebrity Christmas, do so on a relatively low budget. Why make boring old Santa Claus decorations when you could have a Brad Pitt or George Clooney Santa beaming at you from the wall? Get inventive. Usually cutting the heads out of magazines and sticking them onto bodies of your own creating then proudly displaying them on the walls of your home would be a little creepy, but at Christmas time, anything goes as long as you add a touch of tinsel and a good dose of Christmas cheer!

Having a celebrity Christmas can also mean that you take a little extra care about your appearance. Try dressing up on Christmas Day in sequins and spangly bangles. If you happen to be in the habit of attending a church service, you're sure to make an impression on your fellow worshipers. Remember, celebrities like to stand out, so as you're walking the carpet feel free to wave to your admirers, and perhaps even stop to answer a few questions after the event.

Whether or not you have children around, you can still celebrate your celebrity Christmas, remember, even Britney has the kids for the Christmas holiday! Just be careful to keep your eggnog and adult goings on far away from the little ones, and follow in the footsteps of the more responsible footsteps of celebrity parents like the Jolie-Pitts, or perhaps even Madonna, who has limited the gift giving tradition to three presents for each of her children. Her husband, Guy Ritchie says: " As long as the kids get three presents at Christmas, everyone's being happy."

Being happy Christmas everyone!


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