The snow has fallen, the days are getting shorter and the faint echo of a jolly ho ho ho can be heard upon the rooftop. Yes, the festive month of December has come once again.
Although it might not be the most pleasant month of the year for many regions in the northern hemisphere due to the oncoming rush of snow, slush and hail, the month of December makes up for this in a busy fashion.
From holidays such as Kwanzaa, Christmas and Hanukkah, December makes sure that everyone is in a festive mood during the long chilly nights. December is the 12th and last month of the year. A fun fact, the winter solstice happens on December 21st which is the 1st day of winter and the longest night of the year. With all of these wonderful things happening during December, we have a snow pile full of beautiful images that you can have on your December garden flag! Here are some ideas.
For people residing in the northern hemisphere, the month of December means the start of the winter season. Even though the official first day of winter doesn’t occur until December 21st, which is the winter solstice, many places witness the falling of snow long before this date.
This is why snow and snow-related symbols will make a perfect addition to any December garden flag. There are many ways in which you can include snow on your December garden flag. For instance, you can include pictures of snowflakes falling from clouds or piles of snow heaped on top of tree branches. Also, you can include images of snow-related activities such as smiling snowmen and graceful snow angels. As a result, you can also include symbols of winter sports such as sledding, skiing or snowboarding. However, we can’t forget about the ice either. This is why icons of icicles, hockey and figure skates would also be lovely additions to any December garden flag. The possibilities are endless!
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Kwanzaa! No matter what you celebrate, there’s no changing the fact that December is a month that is bursting with holidays! This is why a wish for happy holidays can be a perfect sub-theme to any December garden flag.
One way in which you can do this is through holiday neutral images. For example, you can print the message of Happy Holidays or whatever holiday you celebrate on your December garden flag. On the other hand, you can also be more specific about which holiday you are celebrating by using associated images. To begin with, if you are celebrating Christmas, then you can include pictures of Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, elves, reindeer, sleighs, Christmas trees, ornaments, and more. Also, if you are celebrating Hanukkah, then you can include pictures of a menorah, dreidels, stars of David and more. Continuing, if you celebrate Kwanzaa, then you can include pictures of candles, food, goblets, and more. No matter what you celebrate, you can always be more festive with a wonderful December garden flag!
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