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Wire together real fruit, such as limes, small apples, pears, and lemons (they'll last for about two weeks), secure them at intervals along the garland, and finish with lustrous vintage satin ribbon. Read more: Christmas Garlands - Decorating with Holiday Garlands - Country Living
Sparkling Staircase Katrina Giles of Seaside Interiors jazzes up her Christmas staircase with holiday garland, silver ribbon and natural pinecones. She adds silk greenery to the pinecones and coats them with silver metallic paint for a shimmery look that will bring holiday cheer all season long.
Christmas Banister Decorations - It’s covered in hundreds of ornaments! “It’s two strands of garland wrapped in three strands of 100 lights... Then I start placing the ornaments. I cluster small and medium ornaments together, similar to a cluster of grapes, and then add the larger ornaments as highlights.”
Beautiful Christmas Banister - she gives good simple directions. Made with two garlands, lights, and assortment of ornaments.
Put wreaths on display beyond the front door. Here, they form an exuberant showcase of evergreens and berries on a stairway.