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  • The Grower's Box

    Decorate your door this holiday season with a beautiful wreath of fresh cut Christmas Greens! The Mixed Woodland Wreath from The Grower's Box consists of Grand Fir, Cedar and Pine and is adorned with pine cones and a hand-tied bow! Visit GrowersBox.com for more information!

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  • Jane Schwarz

    I solved that problem - I bought two over-the-door hangers. I have one (fake) hanging on the outside of the door, and another one (real) hanging on the inside (so the house smells wonderful)!

Wow-- the bright red is so striking against the winter white, and the hint of green makes the whole thing look so warm. Beautiful color scheme!

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