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Whether you’ve got a bare brick wall outdoors that would be perfect for a Christmas wreath, or if you want to hang stockings on a brick wall above the fireplace indoors, there are a variety of ways to do it. (more…)
4 Jan '13
Fun Ideas to Decorate Your Windows For Christmas
Ornaments are not just for Christmas trees – use them for a stylish and one-of-a-kind window Christmas decoration. If you have some fun or fancy ornaments left over after you decorate the tree, you can attach them to different lengths of Christmas ribbon. Hang each ribbon to the top of the window frame with a tack, double-sided tape, or even a small nail. Arrange the ornaments so that they look neat as they hang down into the window. You can also add some remote control window candles to dress up your window display. (more…)
3 Jan '13
Spice Up Your Holiday Dinner with These Christmas Table Decorations
Fun & Colorful Christmas Table Decorations
- Use a white tablecloth.
- Purchase white poinsettias and place them in multi-colored pots.
- Get Christmas ball ornaments that match each of the pots and hang about three of them on each of the poinsettias.
- Arrange the pots down the center of the table.
- Use dishes that coordinate well with the colors of the pots and ornaments.
Transform Your Household Items into Christmas Stocking Holders
There are plenty of easy, creative, and attractive ways to hang your Christmas stockings this year. If you want to branch out from hanging your Christmas stocking on a mantel or if you just have a ton of stockings to hang, then you’ve come to the right place! Check out this list of creative Christmas stocking holders. (more…)
Add Some Flare to Your Fireplace with Christmas Mantel Decorations
As the Christmas season approaches and you are decking your halls, don’t forget the Christmas mantel decorations. Many people will hang the traditional stockings over the fireplace, but what can you do on top of the mantel? The following ideas should give you some good inspiration on decorating your mantel for Christmas. (more…)