Christmas this year is not canceled, only the way of celebrating it changes to respect social distancing. And if you are a decoration lover as much as we are, you should think about placing the tree, even before Halloween, so that your home is impregnated with the festive spirit in advance. Who tells you that you can’t? The ideal would be to put decorations representative of what we have lived to remind ourselves that we are very brave and also reward our anonymous heroes with a little detail. Here we give you some suggestions.
In 2020 some elements such as toilet paper, mask and antibacterial gel have become symbols of social distancing and apparently from Santa Claus to his group of helpers are the first to want to show us how to continue taking care of us and strengthening us as a society.
You’re probably wondering what’s the point of recreating these not-so-nice things on your tree. I invite you to reflect for a moment on how important they have become and how brave we have been to overcome all kinds of setbacks in order to preserve health, our first great wealth. A touch of humor doesn’t hurt in the midst of the worst trials and this unusual little tree is a great example of strength and family unity.
The toilet paper cannot be missing.
Without a doubt, it has been one of the essential items this year. At one point we thought we were going to miss it and we even rationed it. Now that we are aware of how much we need in our lives, we also invite you to be part of the Christmas decoration.
Santa also includes paper in his gifts.
This ornament intrigues us if Santa Claus would be able to give rolls of paper this holiday season. On second thought it would not be a bad idea, anyway it is an article that sooner or later we will use and does not have an expiration date.
This ornament speaks of the value of friendship.
If you are a fan of the Friends television show, this ornament is perfect for you. It reminds us that despite being quarantined we always think about the value of friendship. Better yet, it can be a gift for our friends who will treasure having in their tree.
This Covid-19 figurine is really nice.
Coronavirus in real life is not pretty at all. But this figurine inspired by the fearsome virus is the cutest. Also, he wears his mask as a reminder that the best way to be safe and sound is to follow all preventive measures.
This snowman is definitely 2020.
A snowman from this time should not show up at your house without wearing his gloves, toilet paper, mask and gel. Although it seems a bit strange to see it like this, we must get used to it. How many snowmen will we not see distancing themselves this year?
For those who require antibacterial gel.
The hand sanitizer gel has become one of the items that cannot be missing both at home and in our bag when going out. That is why it is one of the symbols that relate to 2020 and a version should not be missing in your Christmas tree dedicated to the coronavirus.
This ornament speaks for itself.
A tree veneer for your Christmas tree would not hurt. Especially when it comes to a little tree that spells the words and brings a roll of toilet paper along with its own mask. It is ideal for this age when the whole of humanity would understand its purpose.
A gingerbread man in the know.
This traditional gingerbread cookie is not alien to reality and that is why it comes with the necessary elements to set a good example in times of social distancing. Plus, her Christmas scarf, mask, and toilet paper make her look great.
This reindeer takes life seriously.
It is a reindeer obedient to the orders of Santa Claus. Who sent him to tell his entire army of accomplices that if they want to be part of the great night of gift giving, they should go out wearing their mask. Not only did he listen to her, but he brought his roll of paper for the long journey.
We all have a lot to thank nurses for.
Nurses are part of the medical staff who have been struggling all year, even risking their lives to save others. So we love the idea of being able to recognize them with a tribute like this on our tree.
The fight has been real as reflected in this ornament.
Without a doubt, the battle for toilet paper has been a reality that has touched us. As read on the ornament, 2020 has been a year of challenges for things that previously seemed basic to us and that we now value as never before. So this little reminder.
Santa and Rudolph the Reindeer in masks.
Like many essential workers, the traditional heroes of Christmas must go out to make their gift deliveries with their masks, in order to protect many lives. Rodolfo will be uncomfortable having to cover his famous red nose, but glad to know that it is for everyone’s health and well-being.
Consider this recognition to all essential people.
If anything this year has had, it is that it has taught us who these essential people are. Both those who bring food to the door, those who pick up the garbage and all those who expose themselves every day to take care of others deserve our deep gratitude and respect.
The bells ring out for 2020.
We know that 2020 has not been the best year at all, but it has taught us things that we seemed to ignore before. One is the value of family, health and home, where we now spend more time than ever. A bell from ” What the bell 2020″ is a must-have option on your Christmas tree.
Santa knows how to set an example for the little ones.
Santa knows that Christmas 2020 has not been canceled, it’s just that we all need to take more care of ourselves. And as the elf of all the children in the world, he wants them to know that it is okay to wear a mask to feel safe. He’ll probably take it off so he can savor the cookies with milk that you leave for him by the fireplace, and then he’ll speed off on his sleigh.
Celebrate your quarantine team with this personalized ornament.
If you want to be super original, have this ornament made with the names of the members of your quarantine team. They can be up to seven people and choose between different skin tones for the figurines, which will remind you of those special beings who shared with you this year so different from the previous ones.