Celebrate the season with these holiday decorating ideas.
Frame the Door with Garland
Framing your garage door with garland (fresh, faux or both) spreads good cheer to everyone who visits. Use Command hooks to secure garland. For a festive touch, add strips of wide ribbon or fabric, tied into bows to the garland about three feet apart. Another great idea is swag, which can be hung from driveway lights.
Line the Driveway with Candy Canes
Line your walk or driveway with some pathway candy cane lights that will guide any visiting friends and family to the front door. You can either purchase premade pathway lights or make your own using PVC pipe and LED string lights. Pinterest provides some great tutorials.
Flip the Switch
LEDs use about 10 percent less electricity than incandescent bulbs and last two to three times longer. Strings of LED lights come with as few as 25 bulbs and as many as 200. Lighting clips make installation easy and are designed to work without poking holes in your building material.
Welcome company – the Big Man in Red included – in style with a handcrafted welcome sign. Use stencils, a Cricut™ maker or stamps to create some catchy phrases. Popular choices include “Believe,” “Joy,” “Farm Fresh Trees for Sale” or “Santa, Define Good.” Make two corresponding signs and place on both sides of the garage door. You can wrap battery operated fairy lights around the sign’s edges to ensure readability at night.
Wishing you and yours Happy Holidays and a wonderful New Year!
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