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Manly Christmas Decorations

Written by Philip Johnson. Posted in Mens

Most men consider the Christmas decorations to be a waste of energy and time. Those who are living with a wife or a girlfriend are usually forced to go Christmas shopping a month before Christmas and to put the Christmas light on the house on the first of December. Furthermore, they have to watch how their home transforms from a cozy dwelling into Santa’s workshop. On the other hand, those of you who are still bachelors might not even bother to decorate your homes at all. However, despite the fact that all men try to maintain a cold attitude towards Christmas, there’s a little boy in every manly man, and that little boy still wants to celebrate Christmas, even if that means a floor of pine tree needles and Christmas lights that stay on the house until April. However, you don’t need to compromise your manhood in order to decorate your home for Christmas. There are plenty of not-so-mushy decorations that you can use in order to celebrate Christmas in a manly way.

Manly Christmas ornaments

There are plenty of manly Christmas tree ornaments on the market. All you have to do is do a quick search on the internet and you will certainly find plenty of such ornaments. However, if buying your partner’s Christmas present has left a hole in your budget and you are unwilling to invest any more money into the Christmas holiday, you should consider some DIY decorations. For example, you could find a wood log with a diameter of approximately 3-4 inches. Take out your manly tools and slice that log into 1/2 inch wide slices. Next, grab a sharpie and write Christmas quotes on each slice. You will also need to drill a small hole in each slice. Put some twine through that hole and you’ve got yourself a manly Christmas ornament with a manly hanger. You can also make ornaments out of beer caps,hex nuts rusty barbed wire.

Manly Christmas Wreaths

For manly Christmas wreaths, you will need the same materials that you used for the manly Christmas decorations. For example, if you can get your hands on a wide log, you can cut a 2 inch slice of it, add a burlap bow and you’re done. You can also make a wreath of barbed wire that you can embellish with some pine twigs and a red bow. You can also take a plain pine tree wreath and decorate it with beer caps or make a wreath entirely out of beer caps or beer cans. If you are passionate about technology, you can make a Christmas wreath out of old computer components.