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Christmas Decor-Outside

Creative Ways to Decorate your Front Porch for the Holidays • Ideas & Tutorials!

Easy front door decorating ideas for Christmas! Add fresh greenery to garland and window baskets and so much more!

Business In the Front Party in the Back - Thistlewood Farm

Pretty back porch decorated for Christmas with vintage Radio Flyer wagon and an old sled.

Christmas and holiday decorating ideas from 32 top home bloggers

Christmas in the gazebo

The Gazebo House

56 Amazing front porch Christmas decorating ideas - beautiful and welcoming. Love the punch of red on the front door

31 Creative Front Door Christmas Decorations

31 Creative Front Door Christmas Decorations -

Decorate your front door with fresh greenery and this DIY monogram wreath! Click through for more details!

Front Door Decoration Ideas for Christmas

Im dreaming of a white... Love the Gate!

LILLA VILLA VITA: I´m dreaming of a white...

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Frontgate outdoor Christmas decor garland

Designers Jaithan Kochar (left) and @Eddie Persson Persson Ross deck out the front porch of their New England home with a garland and wreath of juniper, spruce, and cedar.

29 Easy Ways to Decorate with Christmas Garland

Beautiful yet very cheap wreath chandelier!

Rustchic: Grapevine Wreath Chandelier

perfect Christmas Victorian home - Real estate listings & homes for sale

Christmas decorations so clever and practical

  • Kelli Crawford

    Tried to pin on mine. I am not good at this !

  • Janet Griffin

    If you're talking about pinning pins, then you'll get better as you do it. I struggled with it at the beginning, too!

Christmas ??Traditions: the other Washington Christmas Tree is the Capitol Christmas Tree which has been an American tradition since 1964. Each year it is lit by the Speaker of the House , in 2012 the tree will be from the White River National Forest in Colorado. The first Capitol Tree was a live 24-foot Douglas fir tree planted on the west lawn. The tree died in 1968 after a severe wind storm and root damage, , the U.S Department of Agriculture Forest Service has provided the trees ever sinc...