Tis the season to cheer and be jolly! Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la
Christmas is just around the corner. It is one of the most awaited holidays. Why not? Aside from bright lights, eye-catching ornaments, wonderful smiles and excitement of the people regardless of the pandemic. It is also the time to unleash our creativity and decorate for this season. There’s really no criteria in doing your decoration. You can incorporate the things that you love and customize it to make a statement. You just have to be inventive and clever, just like these cheer ornaments.
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During the Early 20th century, American’s started to decorate their trees using homemade ornaments. They also discover how to make their Christmas tree glow by using electricity, which we currently call Christmas lights. After that, Christmas trees began to appear in town squares across the country and having a Christmas tree in the home became an American tradition.(https://www.history.com/topics/christmas/history-of-christmas-trees)
Currently, we can decorate our Christmas tree with our own preference. Check out the photos below and see how cheerleaders bring out the best of their Christmas Trees. You can recreate this by getting your old cheer bows or do-it-yourself cheer bows.
Aside from the Christmas Tree, another decoration that would definitely complete our Holiday experience is the Christmas balls. According to good housekeeping, we add these ornaments to reflect the flickering of candle flames. And the thought of that makes us feel all cozy inside. Plus, it certainly looks like a snowball hanging on our trees. Christmas doesn’t have to be so plain, and our ornaments don't have to be traditional. Being a cheerleader means being extra and adding up spice with every routine and stunts. And making our holiday ornaments means going out of the box as well. Like these custom-made cheerleading Christmas balls. You can add the name of your teammates or your coaches to each Christmas ball and design it the way you want. You can add your school’s emblem or team mascot to make it more special.
Holiday ornaments will not be complete without the Christmas cheer socks or stockings. Putting up stockings on the Christmas tree was part of the tradition, and it's filled up with Christmas presents and coins. To make it more cheerful, why not use your lovely cheer socks as a replacement or to add an accent. You can use these cheer holiday socks as a reference.
Creating your Christmas decors doesn’t have to be expensive. You can enjoy it with your friends and family. You’ll have a great bond and share creative inputs. Doing your own Christmas ornaments will surely fill your home with warmth and make this holiday more cheerful. Try making your own Christmas ornaments with simple materials that can be found at home or on any craft store. To make it more fun, why not do it on a Cheer Christmas party and the most creative design will win a small token, You can check out the photo below for reference or watch the linked youtube video for the step-by-step instructions.
Christmas is the season to be joyful and cheerful. It shows the spirit of unity and the light of the word despite the circumstances. Aside from enjoying the view of our Christmas ornaments, we must not forget its true meaning. We must also remember the fun and bond of our team, family and friends to build this astounding creation. We should also take this time for a break and appreciate everything that is around us. These ornaments aren't just a decoration. It’s our story and spirit. It’s a cheer-statement.
If you have any Cheer-mas decoration that you want to share. Feel free to send us a message, leave a comment, or you can also visit our website www.VictoryCheerUniforms.com for more cheerleading needs. We’re glad to take your suggestions and comments. I hope you stay safe and have a cozy cheerful Holiday!