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16 Festive Holiday Entryway Ideas

Impress your guests and create a charming holiday display in your entryway with these simple decorating ideas.
  • Amanda Weller Eckelbecker

    Houndstooth Garland Create your own unique garland from strips of fabric and twinkle lights. To make this, choose several different fabrics in coordinating patterns or colors, and cut them into thin strips. Next, tie the strips to the twinkle lights until the cord is completely covered. Once finished, the garland can be used to dress up your mobile Christmas tree, staircase banister or even over your front door.

  • Pam Kildow

    Houndstooth Garland - or use any fabric of your choice. Cut thin strips and tie to the twinkle light cord completely covering space between lights. This gives your string of lights do double duty - colorful garland and lighting the tree. Holiday Entryway Ideas on HGTV

  • Linda Doemel

    Christmas Decorating Ideas

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