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  • Kathy Dottavio Robey

    Frosty Banners (weatherproof snowflakes) Other User Notes : I made these a few years ago but purchased pre-cut foam snowflakes; also some wooden ones but the foam was cheaper. I tie them together with heavy fishing line. They still look great!! OTHER USER : You can buy weatherproof paper at HomeDepot & Lowe's. Common Brand is Tyvek #marthastewart #xmas #christmasdecor

  • Delta Dooley

    Under The Table and Dreaming: 50 Simple Holiday Decor Ideas {Easy Christmas Decorating} Saturday Inspiration and #Halloween clothes #Halloween stuffs #Halloween Costume|

  • Beth Dabney

    front door christmas decorations ideas | 48 Creative Front Porch Decorating Ideas for Christmas

  • FashionIsMyLife

    xmas decor idea --- make snowflakes with paper cutouts

  • Zzzzzpanda

    Snowflake decorations. I did a version of this at our reception. Maybe I could reuse some of those flakes on our front porch?

  • Carolyn Lewis

    christmas ideas for the home | Dazzling Christmas Decorating Ideas | Calfinder Remodeling Blog

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Front Porch Decor planters with little trees and Bright Red "JOY" letters attached to planters with burlap!

Adding a large graphic design element (like these snowflakes from The Dollar Tree) draws attention to the tree. It also helps space the other ornaments evenly by creating "compartments."

How to cut paper snowflakes, paper snow flake how to, make your own snowflakes for Christmas

This would be great for the boys. One tree per boy for their room. Also might look nice outside on our front porch

Front Porch Sign, sweet and simple- I would do this w/ chalkboard lettering :)

Winter decorations (for a porch or fireplace maybe?). In the outdoor planters when flowers have died

so pretty for a front porch....and they made fun of me when I bought a sled in Alabama at the thrift store ! ! ! (we don't get enough snow)(but we can dream)(we can't drive in snow, but we know how to handle sizzling heat in the summer)

For when I live in a home that has a front door right to the outside world instead of dreary hallway...or just a way to bring some Christmas cheer into my little apartment.