Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way…
Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse sleigh, hey…
Yeah, Christmas is just around the corner. It is the time for you to bring the holiday vibe to every design you create to celebrate the day. Of course, you can’t miss to include the Christmas illustrations so you can feel the atmosphere more. So, what illustrations should you have to enliven your design? Let’s check this out!
The most iconic item during this holiday is the Christmas tree. It is a central symbol of Christmas. A decorated evergreen tree that is often adorned with lights, ornaments, and a tree topper symbolizes eternal life and a sign of the upcoming spring.
Every kid will always wait for Santa Claus to visit their house to deliver the gifts. This jolly man in a red suit with a white beard will be the perfect and cute illustration for greeting cards, gift wrappers, and more.
When Santa comes, his reindeer is always with him to take him wherever he goes. Using the reindeer, especially Rudolph, the red-nose reindeer, will make your Christmas design a whole, together with Santa. Or, you can use them separately, which will be good in their own way.
In many parts of the world, Christmas is celebrated in winter. So, snowflakes are often used as a symbol of the season. These delicate ice crystals are perfect for building winter visual imagery and atmosphere.
Every door on Christmas day hangs the Christmas wreath. Why don’t you hang one on your Christmas design? A circular wreath made of evergreen branches and decorated with ribbon, pinecones, and ornaments will be a nice touch.
Hanging a stocking on Christmas Eve has been a tradition for a long time and originated in Europe. The purpose of hanging it above the fireplace is for Santa to fill it with gifts.
If a couple kisses under the mistletoe, they will have a long and happy relationship. Regardless of the tradition and myth behind that story, you can bring the magic of the mistletoe to your design. Some illustrations combine it with other Christmas decorations to create a border, divider, and more.
The red and white striped mint flavor candy canes are popular and common treats during the Christmas season. So, it is a common illustration you must have to decorate your Christmas design.
Talking about winter, snowmen are what people so eager to build during the season to pass the time. They are also often depicted in Christmas scenes. You can use the snowman as it is. Or, incorporate that cutie into a complete Christmas and winter scenery illustration for the poster and greeting cards.
The lights that usually used to decorate homes and streets during the holiday. So, why don’t you bring the light to your design? They are the perfect decoration to complete your Christmas project. They also give more colors to make the design livelier.
To make the houses, the trees, and the streets more Christmas vibe, you can’t miss hanging baubles, stars, snowflakes, angels, bells, and other ornaments. These ornaments usually have colors that match the Christmas atmosphere, such as green, red, gold, and even silver and white.
Another common treat during Christmas is a gingerbread house and gingerbread man. Making it becomes one of the activities during the holiday. These edible creations are not only perfect for decorating your house or other venues but also good for your design.
Holly and Berries
Holly and berries have traditional and historical relations to the Christmas celebration. Besides, they also have a visual appeal that complements other traditional Christmas colors, such as red and green. They are a favorite choice to create wreaths, table arrangements, and other festive displays. In design, sometimes they stand alone as they are incorporated with other elements.
Last but not least the illustration for Christmas is candles. Candles have been part of many Christian traditions. They are used for lighting and decoration. Hence, you can’t miss to include candles in your design.
Decking the Halls with Christmas Illustrations
As Christmas approaches, infusing your designs with festive spirit is a must. Christmas illustrations play a key role in capturing the holiday atmosphere. Not only the illustrations, but the use of iconic Christmas colors, such as red, green, silver, white, and gold, makes your design even more festive. Incorporate these illustrations and colors into your designs and let the holiday spirit shine through.