DIY Christmas: Time to Hang Some Garlands - The Outdoor Version

Now that Thanksgiving is over and you’re home from all that Black Friday shopping, you know what you want to do. No, not take a nap. Not wrap all those holiday gifts. You want to decorate for Christmas, duh! And where better to start than by putting up some garlands. Right? I thought so.

Let’s start with the outdoor ones first – since it’s freezing in the frigid tundra today, you probably want to get these out of the way first!

I have two banisters on our front entryway, so I bought two super cheap indoor outdoor garlands for them. Seriously: I got these for less than three bucks each at Menards – which happens to be where I get a ton of our Christmas decor. Hey, they have great stuff and it’s cheaper than Target! Who can beat that?

I like cheap garland for outside – because it means I don’t feel like a giantguiltasaurus if it gets ruined in the snow/ice/winter craziness...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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