Explore Front Hallway, My Christmas and more!

Christmas Card Display- I don't have room on my mantle to display all the Christmas cards, so I needed to find a place to put them, with out taking up too much room. So here it is. I added a 3M hook to the door, then hung a ribbon the length of the door. I made a bow to cover the 3M hook and since I could find my wire I attached it with scotch tape. Then I took the little scraps of wrapping paper and used them to cover clothes pins so I could just easily clip the cards to the hanging…

I finally pulled out the Podge and ended my months long hiatus. {after Mod Podging my handbag, I’d had enough Podge for awhile! lol} But I’m happy to report that I’m back together with my smelly friend, Mr. Mod Podge :) I created this Deck the Halls wall hanging for my hallway {yeah, go figure}. But it actually ended up in the front room. oops! Up close. Sorry, the computer doesn’t like the small lines.They’re actually small, STRAIGHT lines, even though they look squiggly. And here’s…

I love my new wicker tree skirt from @johnlewisretail - it's perfect for hiding the the ugly stand for the large artificial tree for the hallway, just inside the front door. I have hubby busy painting a wall in the living room (a little damaged from the leak we had last week) so that it will be ready for the real tree!!! #christmas #deckthehalls #countryhome #countrychristmas

Chandeliers aren't just for the dining room! Today, we use our garage entries more than the front door. Why not make them inviting?

For when I live in a home that has a front door right to the outside world instead of dreary hallway...or just a way to bring some Christmas cheer into my little apartment.

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