Christmas Decorating Ideas That Would Make Santa Proud
Ah Christmas. Here it comes again. And with it so does the holiday decorating. It’s time to break out the same old decorations and get to it. Or maybe something a bit different this year? Here we’ll go over some Christmas decorating ideas you may have never thought of that are inexpensive and sure to look great around the house.
Christmas Card Collage
You know all of those old Christmas cards that you have kept piling up over the years? You can use them to make a great family collage on your wall by the tree, or wherever is best for your space. It’s free and it shows that you do treasure those cards they’ve been sending. It also gives off the family atmosphere the holidays are all about.
Pictures On Gifts
Another great Christmas decorating idea is to use pictures on … Read the rest
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