House To Home Moving Blog
Indoor Christmas lights help pull a festive atmosphere into your home. Take a box of traditional outdoor lights and string them around your banister, or clump a cluster around a scented candle for a centerpiece.
Mason jar tea lights create a winter wonderland with little work. Coat mason jars with frosted spray paint and place tea lights inside—add some red ribbon or holly for flare.
Boxwood wreaths incorporate fresh greens into your decor without the mess or maintenance. Tie sprigs of boxwood to a wreath frame, and you can re-purpose it all year long with different accents.
Wax-dipped leaves are great scattered on a coffee table or strung up as a decorative garland. The next time you’re outside, pick up a few fall leaves, then simply dip them in melted wax and hang to dry.
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