Steampunk style Christmas decorating is about recycling metal parts for creative and original ornaments. If you want to design an unusual Christmas tree or surprise your friends with gifts adorned with authentic accents, use gears, bolts, nuts, vintage keys, chains, brown paper, and cardboard pieces for your Christmas decorations in steampunk style. Anything traditional, like Christmas balls, lace or ribbons go with these metal decorations. If you are tired of ordinary, make Christmas decorating and gifts look unusual this winter. The steampunk decoration theme is novel offering an unexpected twist for gorgeous and eye-catching Christmas decor ideas.
Here are unique ideas for steampunk Christmas decorating. Christmas tree ornaments, door wreaths, accents for gifts, and alternative Christmas trees designed with gears look fantastic and make a statement! Metal ornaments with gears, grommets, vintage keys, bolts, old clocks parts, nuts, chains and other stuff are a surprising idea for Christmas decorating. Heavy metal designs look bold painted silver or golden colors. Glitter turns steampunk ornaments into perfect Christmas tree decorations.
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The steampunk term, created by American writer Kevin Wayne Jeter in April 1987, is inspired by science fiction or fantasy books, written in the Victorian era in England. Now it is a new, modern style of design, clothes, decor, costume jewelry, art, and architecture. The industrial vibe of the style blends with the romanticism of the XIX century. Feathers and lace mix with gears, chains, vintage metal parts to create unique designs. Refusal of black and red, a predominance of white and delicate pastel tones, especially beige offers pleasant and beautiful color palette for handmade Christmas decorations in steampunk style.
Christmas ornaments in steampunk style is a great recycling idea which helps declutter stuffed garages and sheds. Door wreaths, Christmas tree decorations, accents for unique holiday tables, and wall decorations can bring the steampunk style into modern homes and spice up winter holiday decor with fantastic handmade designs.
by Ena Russ
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