The New Year is all about fresh beginnings, and it’s your chance to take things to an even higher level. Sprucing up areas of your home is one way to start the year right. Use our wreaths and garlands to create beautiful pockets of positivity to cheer you on.
What goes up must come down. That is also true for Christmas decorations. As much as I wish I could keep my wreaths, ornaments, and Christmas trees up all year long, I at least rest assured knowing that everything is stored safe and sound.
The most wonderful time of the year is nearly here, and the Treetopia team is bursting with excitement! Right about now, Santa’s probably checking his list (twice in fact) to see who’s been naughty or nice this year. He’s gearing up for the huge job of delivering presents across the world.
But, how does Santa do this and what does his workday look like? We figure inquiring minds want to know, so we traveled to the North Pole to interview Santa’s elves to find out!
We use a lot of gift wrapper during the holidays. Think about how much Christmas wrapping paper gets discarded in your home, and then multiply that by the millions of households across the country. Shocking, isn’t it?
You may have heard the phrase, “reuse, reduce, and recycle.” Turning used items into practical or beautiful things is taking recycling a step further, and it’s called “upcycling.” Here are some crafty ideas from Pinterest.