Unfortunately, when it comes to Christmas bulb ornaments, most people have set limitations in their minds that they can only be used at Christmas to decorate your tree. ALLTHINGSCHRISTMASANDMORE.COM believes decor is for everyday of the year. There is always something that you can be decorating for.We are here to disprove that theory, and hopefully, open your mind to multiple other possibilities. Using hot glue or silicone adhesive, our various sizes and colors of bulb ornaments can become stunning creations year-round. Consider a giant heart for Valentine’s Day, a shamrock on St. Patrick’s Day, a flag for Memorial Day or Independence Day, a jack-o-lantern for Halloween, a pumpkin or gourd for Thanksgiving. You could spell out a team name in team colors, spell out a child’s name (or yours!) using their favorite colors. There are so many possibilities if you use your imagination. You could get a shadow box from your local thrift store and fill it with pastel ornaments and Easter grass to display at Easter; or leave the grass out to display for the welcoming of spring. You could do the same for any time of year, actually. Orange and brown ornaments for fall would work well in a shadow box with some pine cones. The same is true for centerpieces made of ornaments. Using any size/shape glass container, fill with ornaments of various sizes to create a centerpiece that fits the season/holiday. As with the shadow box, you can add touches from nature; pine cones, small twigs, straw, etc. to add depth to the look. Need a room divider, or just a new and exciting wall hanging? Drill a small hole in both sides of ornaments and string them with fishing wire to your desired length. Hang several strings side-by-side to create a ‘curtain of ornaments’, or a wall hanging that is sure to spark conversation! Has this blog sparked your inner DIY passions? Maybe you already decorate using ornaments all year! We would love to hear from you and share your ideas with our readers! Visit ALLTHINGSCHRISTMASANDMORE.COM

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