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  • Chris Lucas

    Use a curtain rod to hang a wreath or quilts! What a fantastic way to be able to swap things out seasonally! Not going to get rid of those wreath hangers after all:)

  • Tammy Danison

    Use a curtain rod to hang a wreath or quilts! What a fantastic way to be able to swap things out seasonally! Or hang picture frames with ribbon.

  • Laura Moser

    hang a wreath with a curtain rod! Could even do picture frames with thick ribbon. I mostly like the whole decorating idea here and painting the old dresser thing...

  • Hallie Wiseley

    Use a curtain rod to hang wreaths or other decorations and change them through the year. Maybe during the summer hang picture frames?

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