This exercise in cultural world building is focused directly on holiday decorations. Every holiday comes with traditional decorations that people and business put up around their homes. On Christmas you have trees, ornaments, snowmen. For political holidays you'll see flags, country colors, or mementos of history. Some holidays might even come with a mixture of religious, pagan, or other decorations. Why do small things like decorations matter? They help build up the culture, traditions, and atmosphere of the location you're trying to build. For example, in the Harry Potter series, you got to see grand tablescapes during holidays. In the Nightmare Before Christmas, you get to see their own twisted version of what Christmas is like. In this exercise, come up with traditional decorations that your local people will put up or prepare. SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT: Are there any colors associated with this holiday? Are there seasonal things tied to this holiday? What sort of crafts might be done to make items for the holiday? Do people decorate their homes? Yards? Businesses? Do they WEAR decorations or special clothing during this holiday? What sort of things might decorate the dinner table? Are there any things people must TAKE DOWN during this holiday? Does this location have a different kind of traditional decorations from other places that celebrate this holiday? Are there decorations that people might find offensive? Ones that people think are tacky and bad taste? When do people start decorating for the holiday? When do they take things down? As always, if you think of additional things to add and describe, DO SO!