If gifts weren't wrapped, most of the fun of receiving it would be gone. Part of the fun of receiving a gift is the anticipation and curiosity that builds up the wonder of what the gift is. If the recipient could see what the gift was immediately, the anticipation and surprise would be lost.
Every year, we decorate our houses in red and green. But red and green are not the only colours; white, gold, blue and purple also belong to this list. Traditional Christmas colours have religious and historical origins from western/northern European traditions and customs from when Christmas was in the middle of winter and it was dark and cold.What are the traditional colours associated with Christmas? Green For thousands of years, evergreen plants, like holly, ivy and mistletoe have been used to decorate and brighten up buildings during the long dark winters, as a reminder that spring would follow and that...
Haven’t seen someone in a while because of lockdown?
Now that we know that Christmas isn’t going to be the same, sending out Christmas cards with “Happy Christmas” wishes may be a bit difficult.
For hundreds of years British creativity has been leading the way, through invention, innovation, design, artistry and hard work, it has long been the envy of the world.