Children adore a fabulous holiday - they write letters to Santa Claus, look forward to gifts and take an active part in preparing for the New Year. Decorating a children's room is an exciting activity not only for the child, but also for the parents.
Replace or decorate textiles. A bedspread with New Year's symbols will decorate a crib, pillow covers can be decorated in the style of gift bags, and curtains can be decorated with applications. As decorative elements, stars, snowflakes, animal figurines, huge red toy balls imitating Christmas tree decorations, etc. are ideal. If it is not possible to replace the bedspreads, then wash the multi-colored ribbons on top, fasten the bows on the pillows. The predominant New Year colors are red, green, silver and gold.
Place the spruce legs around the room. There should be only one Christmas tree in the house and it is better to put it in the main room, where all family members spend their evenings. The nursery can be decorated with small homemade Christmas trees or spruce paws soaked in a strong saline solution. Let your child cut simple decorations out of paper and hang them on the branches.
Paint the windows. Almost all children like to break the rules, and if at normal times the windows should be clean, then on New Year's Eve parents are allowed to demonstrate their artistic talents. You can help your child create a stylish picture - dilute the white and blue paint, draw outlines with chalk and circle. Windows can be decorated with paper snowflakes or stickers - get ready-made decorations or cut intricate figures out of a regular paper napkin.
Decorate the walls. If there are photographs or pictures on the walls, then hang the frames with tinsel or wrap with smooth ribbons. On a free wall, you can create a whole composition by gluing large figures from biblical stories or New Year's fairy-tale characters. Attach a garland of colorful lights to the walls and windows and use its light instead of a night light.
Fix the "falling snow" on the ceiling. Build "snow" from small pieces of cotton wool and long threads - you need to string cotton wool on short threads, fix all the elements on two long threads. Stretch long garlands in a crisscross pattern, securing them to the curtains or doorframes. Instead of cotton wool, you can use tinsel circles - you need to string them together.