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  • Heather Mills

    31 Home Decor Hacks That Are Borderline Genius. An upside down command hook on the inside of the front door to hang wreaths.

  • Krissy

    upside down command hook. How to hang a Wreath on a cabinet or outside storm door! Pinning here so I remember to hang wreaths on my cabinet doors next year. LOL

  • Jennifer Whitt

    upside down command hook. How to hang a Wreath on a cabinet or outside storm door! Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins

  • Lisa Burr

    Upside down command hook. How to hang a Wreath on a cabinet or outside storm door! Or basically any type of door that you can't or don't want to use an over-the-door wreath hanger!

  • Lesa Lynn England

    Thank you pinterest! ... Upside down command hook. How to hang a Wreath on a cabinet door. I will concider this for my front door! The metal ones don't let the door close.

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how CUTE would this be on the front door for a baby shower, and then Mom could take it home for baby's nursery?

Command Hook solution for seasonal banners. This would work for hanging Christmas lights, too.

Window Treatment Ties Add buttonholes across the top edge of each panel and hang with coordinating fabric ties. This is really cute. doesn't the fabric look like a throw with that fringed side??? great idea!

That's so freaking ingenious! Put a command strip upside down to hang a wreath on a cabinet door.

Hanging nesting baskets for the bathroom. Such a great idea. Especially for houses with little storage.

Hide a hook upside-down on the back of a door to hang a wreath without detracting from its style. See more at Timmons Family Lemonade » - GoodHousekeeping.com

making this from left over burlap, old tools & pruned branches-it will hang outside on garage entry door--best of all it will be free

Stocking hanging board. There's no fireplace in our new house. I wonder if you could put it in a spot where it could be used for sweaters or some other kind of hanging during the year. (Or maybe a curtain rod hung somehow instead of hooks? Then you could add more stockings without much trouble in case of company or more kids. Gotta figure it out by next year.)