Christmas is coming and if you want to create a Christmas mood on your blog you should decorate it. Today we will show you how to decorate your blog for Christmas. You will find a lot of Christmas related icons and other useful resources. These tips are easy but they works.
1. Snowy RSS Icon
Winter style RSS icon will help you to attract more subscribers to your blog. And the best thing is elegant icon will add Christmas mood. Here is the list of Christmas icons.
2. Christmas Twitter Icon
3. Christmas Hat on Your Logo
This trick is very old but it works. As you can see WebDesignFan’s logo is decorated with small Christmas hat. Very clean, simple and beautiful.For Christmas hat icons check this collection: 250 Christmas Icons to Decorate Your Blog.
4. Nice Snow Plugin
This is a great way to add winter effect to your blog. You can add amazing snow effect to your blog by following this tutorial – WordPress essentials: animated snowy Christmas header.
5. Host a Giveaway
Before Christmas all of us are waiting for presents. Host a giveaway or contest for your readers. Lam Nguyen informing about giveaways around the design community you can check this useful collection here: Collection Of Awesome Christmas Giveaways Around The Web Design Community.
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If you don’t have prizes it can be an ad space on your blog or free review. Be creative.
6. Christmas Background
Christmas background on your blog is probably the easiest way to effectively decorate your blog. You can a lot of background decorating techniques here: Backgounds in WordPress, Tips and Examples.
7. Create Something for Free
If you are a designer create something for free for your readers. For example you can design a web layout and release it to download for free. Don’t you think it would be great Cristmas gift for your readers?
Do you have any tricks, tips on decorating blog for Cristmas? Share your thoughts in comments.
*Article illustration by Ionut Zamfir from Romania.