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  • M. BGS

    Using branches w/ lights by the front door for Christmas time - beautiful!!! Bebe'!!! Pretty outdoor holiday decorations!!!

  • Ann Reed

    Using branches w/ lights by the front door for Christmas time - beautiful! #Christmas #decoration

  • Ricki

    Using branches w/ lights by the front door for Christmas time - beautiful! Love the door color too.

  • Trish Anna

    Love these bright white lights framing a front door for Christmas - eye-catching, but tasteful and a bit understated - via Sacramento Press / Fab Forties Christmas Lights

  • Emily Williams

    Using branches w/ lights by the front door for Christmas time - beautiful! Wish I had a front porch!

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

wow- never thought of putting this on the inside of the door! I just had the same idea for fall leaves around my front door. I'll definitely try the garland for Christmas too!!

Wow-- the bright red is so striking against the winter white, and the hint of green makes the whole thing look so warm. Beautiful color scheme!

What a cute front door. i love the "hello" on the front. I think i would paint my door blue/teal tho

wrapping branches in lights on the front porch for holiday decor. Simple with a huge impact!