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    Christmas ideas

  • Jackie Notch

    10 Outdoor Christmas Decorating Ideas |

  • Fiona Orr

    Everything looks great under a glass dome

  • Zαnn εïз

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  • Erin (Kennedy) Saucier

    Use Leftover Christmas Ornaments as Decoration. Stuck with more ornaments than you know what to do with? This festive holiday decoration cleverly uses on-hand items in a brand new way. Simply place a bunch of ornaments under a garden cloche or two, or gather in a pretty bowl. Arrange with other holiday decor to create a beautiful display.

  • Ashley Griffith

    christmas ornament filled bell jars

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I think I will mesh all these stocking ideas together to get the one I really want!

Too cute and easy to do! Robbing the neighbor's yard of their pine cones and holly berries. :^)

Christmas Light-Illuminated Glass Cloche A string of lights nestled inside a glass cloche draws guests to your front entry. Display your illuminated cloche in an urn, birdbath, or on an outdoor table.Safety Tip: Don't exceed the recommended maximum number of light strings in a series.

Christmas Love ,love, love, love, love this!!!

I am going to try and get as close to this as I can on my fireplace mantle. This is absolutely gorgeous!

Red and green are the classic colors of Christmas. This entryway uses new ideas with familiar hues to give Holiday trimmings a fresh twist. Pomegranates, gold ornaments, and Fraser fir garland make up this display.

Lovely natural style holiday decor using fresh pine, accenting with red plaid. Love the centerpiece

Christmas Tree. this is very nice love this for bedroom, if in apt. make a small one for the dinner table or get a small table.......

Looks like they wrote on a door, i could do this on my front door instead of a wreath

Apothecary jar inspiration. Sure, this is great for Christmastime - what about sand & shells in the Summer... Corn & mini pumpkins, pinecones in the Autumn. Hmmm - what for spring? Nests & (fake) eggs? Jellybeans?