The Christmas colors meaning

The Christmas colors meaning

-(The history of the colors)

 

Christmas colors are traditionally associated with Christmas 

 

GREEN

Green reminded purple that spring will come and winter is not last forever 😊

The Romans would exchange evergreen branches during January as a sign of good luck. The ancient Egyptians used to bring palm branches into their houses during the mid-winter festivals.

 

RED

an early use of red at Christmas were the apples on the paradise tree. They represented the fall of Adam in the plays.

 

Gold

Gold is the color of the Sun and light –

Is a warmer color and give us the feeling of the sun and the powerful feeling

Like is very important when the winter dark and cold

 

Blue

 

Is a very reach color and presenting reach and Royal families and all times.

With Christmas Blue is the strong and powerful feeling we celebrate

 

Purple

is a sweet color and strong at the same time give the sweetens feeling for the Christmas gift feeling

 

Our Babygrow Christmas patterns created with a very careful choice for the right colors that will percent Christmas right

We created amazing baby grow and Kids t-short long sleeved for the special Christmas eve  for all the little in the family

The pattern created by our amazing artist that create gift candy and celebration icons with an amazing feeling that the right color can do,

Our amazing graffiti Christmas pattern not and without the back pattern with the snowflake designed without the graffiti paint even in the back

So this T-shirt or Baby suit ill keep you interacted and pretty

we also create a special and unique gift for Christmas Birthdays and any celebration

we have  special gift ideas you can choose from, as:

Babygrow with Christmas graffiti paint created  a special for Christmas gift 

unique and Artistic 

Sugar  skull mug gift – everyone loves his tea and coffee cup mug e


 
Buy it here 

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and more many many more gift to see visit our shop on Etsy 

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