Christmas Chair Covers: Make The Decoration Beautiful


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Christmas Chair Covers are the fascination. When Christmas is fast approaching, you certainly want your house to be in sync with the festivities. You go to a great extent to leave no stone unturned. Then why leave the dining table and the chairs blank and undecorated. I will tell you about the Christmas chair covers that are available and you can “Do It Yourself(DIY)”.

Christmas Chair Covers: Make The Decoration Beautiful
Christmas Chair Covers: Make The Decoration Beautiful

Christmas Chair Covers: Home Innovation

The Chair covers are very easy to make. You need not go in detailing the entire chair. One can make back covers for the chair. The covers can easily slide down on the existing chair covers. There can be various ways you can be creative. One can buy them off the shelf or online. You can also make them at home. It is very easy. One just needs to know the right technique of stitching it up. Chair cover making can e fun. You can group up with your children. You give them the sticking part while you can do all the sewing.

Red is the color of Christmas. Use as much red as you can. Paint or applique, everything works. There is no particular rule to make a Christmas chair cover. You can use a red bedcover or a table cloth which you don’t use it anymore. You can paint reindeers and make wreaths. You can innovate and be a master.

Christmas Chair Covers: Make The Decoration Beautiful
Christmas Chair Covers: Make The Decoration Beautiful

Do It Yourself

Measure the chair. It includes the length, breadth, and height. Now carefully mark the measurement on the cloth. Cut it accordingly. Now stick it together with a sewing machine or hand. Keep one side open to slide it on the chair. Once you have stitched the cover., check it by sliding it down the chair. Now it is time to decorate it. One can make eyes, horns, and mouth of a reindeer and paste it with fabric glue.

You can make a wreath and put a lot of glitter on the cover. Do not forget to slide a newspaper in the hole of the cover. This is so that the craft does not stick up the slider cavity of the cover. If you are not very innovative, use a textured cloth with patterns. A checkered red cloth will do. You can simply tie it up for chairs instead of taking the pain to sew it. Moreover, one can use dry flowers, pop up eyes and funny propositions to spice it up.

You can ask your children to write names on the backside for that customized look. You can also use white towels and spruce it up with bright features. Olaf and Santa Caps are also very popular. You can have matching table napkins with the covers. Your dining guests will be very happy when they see this lively decoration. You can also have matching table mats. Be innovative, original and minimalistic. Remember, less is more.

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