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  • Tawnya Paquette

    Dress up a banister by tying garland, berries, and twigs to it. See more small-space holiday decorating ideas: This would be pretty on the railings of my front porch.

  • Maegan Kuhic

    Dress up a banister by tying garland, berries, and twigs to it. See more small-space holiday decorating ideas: #Christmas Decor|

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    PUT ON PILLARS ON FRONT PORCH WITH LIGHTED GARLAND!!! 71 Awesome Christmas Stairs Decoration Ideas | DigsDigs

  • The Public Mart

    #Christmas decorations for your steps, mantel, tree and backyard are among our most-repinned #Christmasdecorating ideas on Pinterest.

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