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How to Decorate your Front Door and Flowers Pot for Christmas.

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Published on Nov 16, 2011

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Supply List
3 6' Sections real or artificial Garland
Christmas lights
2 30' rolls Poly Mesh (1 for the garland, and one for 4 bows)
Chenille Pipe Cleaners
Clippers
White Pine
Magnolia
Various Evergreens
Nandina Berries
Hammer
Nails
Stepstool

Instructions

Garland: Connect the 3 sections of garland together with wire or chenilles.. Twine Christmas lights around your garland. Next, get the poly mesh ready to attach to your garland. Find the middle of the 30' ply mesh...it helps to had a friend help you with this!. After you find the center, gather up the poly mesh with one hand and make a 10"loop and bring it back to the center. Do the same with the other side. Use a red chenille to twist at the middle. You should have a bow now and 2 long "tails". Twine the tails around the green garland and attach with a chenille approx every 18"-- 24".

Make sure you have nails or screws inserted securely into the door frame. Starting at the top, attach your garland, using the chenilles to wrap around the nails...continue for each side until everything is secure.

Dressing the Flowerpots. Start with white pine....watch out for the sap! Stick the stems down into the dirt. Make another layer of some kind of evergreen greenery. Then use Magnolia inserted into the dirt to secure the greenery. Add Nandina or other berries for a nice pop of color.

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