Christmas ornament Essays

  • Essay On Christmas Tree

    762 Words  | 4 Pages

    of year again, Christmas is already here, this is one the most beautiful holidays with all of the lights and decorations with the vibrant colors that put you in a good mood. Before you can decorate a tree, you must have one small or big Christmas tree. You also need to have the decoration to put on it. Then, you have to follow certain step to be able to decorate your tree in a beautiful way that everybody will love it, some of these steps are to put the lights first, then ornaments, and finally tree

  • The Plastic Flamingo A Natural History Summary

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    Malcolm Muggeridge, a British journalist, once commented to “Never forget that only dead fish swim with the stream.” What the journalist learned was that it is significant to have individualism instead of following the stream. In Jennifer Price’s essay, “The Plastic Flamingo: A Natural History,” Price gives a history about flamingo to emphasize the fact that Americans lack individualism. Price analyzes American culture and American mindset through flamingo by utilizing great diction, sarcastic tone

  • The Plastic Pink Flamingo Rhetorical Analysis

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    In her essay “The Plastic Pink Flamingo” Jennifer Price looks at the strange popularity of the popular lawn accessory of the 50s, the plastic flamingo. She talks about the history of flamingos, the color pink, and how the color relates to the flamingo. She criticizes Americans for their laziness and ignorance. She begins the passage by describing the importance of flamingos before the 50s. She begins with a critical tone, she uses italics in the sentence, “First, it was a flamingo.” By italicizing

  • Definition Essay: The Perception Of Christmas

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    Christmas evokes many sights, sounds, and smells. (1) It is a holiday unlike any other in that it brings about many traditions and festivities that other holidays do not. (2) Whenever someone says the word 'Christmas', your mind most likely conjures up many different aromas, sounds, and things your family do around that time of year. (3) It is a holiday filled with recognizable characteristics that classify it and bring warmth and cheer to people's homes all across the world. (4) The smells of

  • Essay On Family Tradition

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    Family or cultural traditions, dictate the art of living throughout the world.. Globally, family traditions guiding principle, right from birth to death. Strange at It may sound, these traditions are not limited only to rituals or customs, they are expressed through dance, music and food or even handing over of heirlooms. Similarly, in India, although, more often it is difficult to follow these traditions, people religiously follow them to maintain social harmony and they are even passed on to the

  • Draco Malfoy: A Short Story

    1978 Words  | 8 Pages

    Draco Malfoy hated Christmas. He hated it with a burning passion, and about this time every year, the fire was ignited again. It was December 1st. A wonderful day, had you asked any other Londoner, but to Draco Malfoy all of December was nothing more than a month of greediness and lies. Ever since he was little, this beloved holiday had meant absolutely nothing to him. The mansion he lived in was decorated and filled to the top with ornaments and tinsel, but it felt emptier than ever. His parents

  • Personal Narrative: A Christmas Vacation

    771 Words  | 4 Pages

    A major regret in life, is not taking a Christmas vacation sooner with my family. Attending Disney World for the first time, brought our family closer, enabled us to conquer fears, and left us with memorable impressions. Our vacation consisted of 10 days, to explore roughly 40 square miles of property, spread out over four different parks. Each location conveyed a different emotion with every step. All the trees looked stuffed like a Hawaiian pig with adornments and fairy lights. The luminosity

  • Artificial Christmas Trees

    448 Words  | 2 Pages

    The variety of artificial Christmas trees available can be overwhelming, but by keeping a few guidelines in mind you can wind up with an artificial Xmas tree that is the envy of everyone on the block. With so many different types available, including commercial trees, pre-lit or unlit and many more, finding the right artificial Christmas tree can be much easier than you may think. Important points to consider * Fire safety * Number of tips * Size, style, color * Ease of assembly and storage

  • The Influence Of Christmas In American Culture

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    fan or not, no matter if you celebrate Christmas or not, you are going to hear Christmas talks all around you. Of course including ideas of what a real Christmas traditions are like. Yet, from a historical perspective, American Christmas has had some bizarre moments in the past. What we believe today about Christmas traditions are actually different trends and concepts of Christmas in the past, some of which we have kept. What we celebrate today as Christmas is a combination of European Christian

  • Essay On Christmas In Iraq

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    Christmas in Iraq The Christian homes in Iraq practice a unique ceremony that is held in the home's courtyard on Christmas Eve. One of the children in the family recites the tale of the Nativity from an Arabic Bible. Other individuals from the family hold lit candles and, when the recitation finishes, a bonfire is lit in one corner of the courtyard. The fire is made of dried thorns and the fortune of the house for the year ahead relies on the way the fire burns. If the thorns burn to ashes, the family

  • Front Door Research Paper

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    Christmas front door décor is a fascinating way to both spread some extra Christmas magic and joy and get your home ready to welcome guests for the holiday season. Whether traditional or with a modern twist, there is a plethora of options to brighten up your front door and the space around it. Wreaths, garlands, Christmas ornaments, snowflakes, stockings, snowmen, stars, topiaries, and light and flower displays are the classic elements to use when decking your front door. As for the colors, the

  • Peanut's Christmas Tree Short Story

    754 Words  | 4 Pages

    Peanut’s Christmas One Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Johnson went to their baby room. Their baby’s name was Sally and their dog’s name was Peanut. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson said ‘we are going to grandma’s house for tonight, so take care of Sally would you Peanut”. After they left the house Sally woke up from her slumber. She climbed down the blue and purple crib and hopped on the dog’s back. So then they went down the stairs. The living room had a Christmas tree with ornaments and a star on the

  • Mummering: A Tradition Of Christmas In America

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    Christmas in America, it is a tradition for Americans to put a Christmas tree in their houses. They may decorate the tree with Christmas lights, flowers, ornaments, and usually have a big bright star at the top of the tree. Most families in Canada have a pine tree at their homes. Every year families go in search of a pine tree for their homes. One of Canada 's traditions is to send the biggest, and most beautiful fir tree to Boston. This tradition is because of the help the USA had given Canada

  • Christmas Traditions In Mexico Research

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    Christmas Traditions are important to a lot of family’s. People have so many traditions big and small. Yet not all of them are the same, they’re are popular one’s and one’s that people make up. We have so many ones around the world. Here is what Christmas traditions are like in Mexico compared to what my family does. In Mexico things are a lot different that what my family does. We would usually celebrate Christmas December 25 right, well in Mexico they celebrate it from December 12, January

  • Christmas Tree In A Doll's House

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    During the course of me reading, “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen, I was able to see how Ibsen used extended self through symbolism, I was able to deduce that the Christmas tree was an extended self-representation of Nora throughout the play. Throughout the text it was shown that Ibsen seemed to have described the tree thoroughly before every entrance into the play. He would explain the appearance, and the duration of the tree as well as subside a few common characteristics of Nora during that portion

  • Argumentative Essay: Santa Claus V.

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    equivalent to stealing Christmas. This punishment is being trapped in the snow globe on Santa’s nightstand for an entire year. Santa then aims his magic pocket-sized ornament and taps the painted star, she enters the snow globe in less than a millisecond. The first thing Emma does in the snow globe is redecorate because she figures that if she’ll be in her for a year it might as well be like it is in her bosom . It felt like home especially with the gingerbread house, Christmas tree, Santa statue and

  • Appenix1: Cultural Differences Between Sensation And Perception

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    things in some cultures it made me think of different events and situations.         One of the most popular US holidays is Christmas. During Christmas, most children are thrilled about one character in specific: Santa Claus.  Santa Claus is known for having a big round belly, wearing a red and white suit, long fluffy white beard, and the sound of sleigh bells. This Christmas character shows a positive image of someone who has a big heart but can also be confusing to other children and adults who

  • Thanksgiving Compare And Contrast

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    mind their answer is going to be either Thanksgiving or Christmas. Thanksgiving takes place on the fourth Thursday in November. Christmas is on December 25th every year. The holidays are the two most celebrated throughout the year in the United States. Christmas and Thanksgiving share many similarities regarding how they are celebrated, but are different when it comes to the international appreciation of each holiday. Thanksgiving and Christmas have many similarities. The two holidays share the coming

  • Thanksgiving Vs Christmas Compare And Contrast

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    gather around to celebrate. Two of my favorite holidays include Thanksgiving and Christmas. Thanksgiving holiday is a day to come together as a family to give thanks to God for everything that one has obtained. Christmas is a holiday that revives families, love, and is a new beginning. Although they are both similar holidays in which families gather they also have differences. Some differences between Thanksgiving and Christmas are when the first celebration occurred, the significance, and the modern celebration

  • The Importance Of Christmas Traditions In America

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    Christmas as one of the most popular holidays in the year is celebrated by Christians worldwide but is open to everyone. The Christmas time of the year is thought of as the season of gift giving and kindness to all. During the month, people often do more charity work and selfless acts. In the USA, Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December although it is different to some other countries. For instance churches who use the ‘Julian calendar’ celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. It is