One of the greatest and merriest Christmas’s joys is decorating your classroom door for the festivity, which involves getting or making the prettiest Christmas door decoration.
As it’s the first thing people see as walking into your class, it has to represent your family and the decorations’ theme you’ve chosen for this year. And, of course, it has to impress everyone, be elegant and suit the spirit of the holiday. Not the last thing is that you have to love it as well.
The most common and traditional option of the Christmas decoration for classroom door, which always looks good, is a wreath. There is just immense amount of them: rustic and countryside ones made of moss, hay, tree twigs or with cranberry sprigs, modern-looking ones made of candle holders attached to the door or metal leaves, felt cloth flowers or balls, wooden or crock wreathes, etc.
But the most traditional and beloved one is a wreath, made of real or artificial fir, adorned with cones, ribbons, ornaments, glitter and even lights. The actual fir may be obviously green, but also golden or silver. You may also complement a wreath with hanging snowflakes or candle lanterns.
If you want to go into town and make or get some crazy Christmas decoration on door, then you may get a large garland and attach it along the entire door. These could be made of fir, tree twigs, flower mesh material etc.
Such garlands may be twirled with long ribbons or ferry lights, creating a nice and cute pattern. Usually, they’re decorated with large and sparkly bubbles, preferably unbreakable ones, fake candy canes, Santa Claus and reindeers’ figures, big snowflakes and stars, bows and so on. There’re a lot of variants you may choose from.
You may also create a Christmas tree door decoration out of ornaments and lights. Together with a fun and colorful wreath, it will be a great Christmas classroom door decoration.
Other option for that matter is to decorate the door with a snowman made of white voluminous hair bows and a hat or even white plastic cups or Santa’s felt head. You may also use some stick-on images of gingerbread houses, Santa with his reindeers, the Christmas scene or even Elsa-inspired ones for smaller kids.