Pink Christmas decorations are becoming more and more common as they appear in homes everywhere.
Each year there are heaps of quality pink Christmas and Holiday decorations appearing in the stores. Of course, you can use your own imagination and make some DIY pink ornaments if you have the time and just a few craft supplies.
Does It Have To Be All Pink?
No, of course not. In fact it’s probably better to use pink as a highlighting color for your holiday decorations and ornaments.
Bear in mind that not all family members are going to like the pink shades of Christmas, so a nice balance is always best.
Some or all of the following Christmas decoration elements can use pink to good effect:
- Pink Christmas tree.
Although a full sized pink Christmas tree may be a little overbearing, a small pink christmas tree can be a great way to add the touch of Christmas to a little girl’s bedroom.
- Pink Christmas lights.
Not always the first choice, but pink colored indoor or outdoor Christmas lights compliment the traditional light colors really well.
- Pink Christmas stockings.
What little girl could resist the appeal of a pink Christmas stocking hanging on or under the tree. It does add a very personal touch to choose pink for the pink lovers in the family over the holiday season.
- Pink Christmas wreaths.
Brighten up the front door or porch at Christmas by using predominately pink Christmas wreaths. They work well with the mostly green foliage colors of a traditional holiday wreath and again add that very personal and distinct touch.
- Pink Christmas ornaments.
- Pink Christmas ball ornaments.
Paint your own using clear glass Christmas ornaments, or buy the ready made pink ones. They are available in all the distinct shades of pink and will enhance any Christmas tree or room.