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  • Inga Sinusaite

    See the Mistletoe Ball in our Christmas Decorating Ideas gallery

  • Patty Young

    mistletoe kissing ball. - You can deck the halls with all kinds of evergreens, but only one plant evokes such a passionate response. Let mistletoe serve as a gentle reminder, amid the holiday hubbub, to take a momentary respite for romance.

  • Sandra Rosén

    how to make a Mistletoe Kissing Ball - Martha Stewart Holidays

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1) beware of nargles 2) places to place mistletoe: • Above the door (duh) • At the top of the fort we will make, so if you pass through the middle of the fort someone has to smooch you • like thirty-eight bunches under the bed just to be obnoxious

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Mistletoe - One of the few places I use fake plants because the mistletoe berries are so poisonous to cats and dogs!

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Mistletoe Kissing Ball Ornament -

Boxwood Kissing Ball: Supplies:  a 4” Styrofoam ball, long pin with circular top (I used a leftover turkey lacer), 40+ six inch boxwood clippings, hot glue, red berries, decorative ribbon.


Though I think the mistletoe would look great with a small bundle of sprigs and tied with a red ribbon, this kissing ball makes quite the statement and is perfect for your holiday party or larger gatherings.