Nothing says Christmas like a well decorated front porch (or stoop or door or whatever you may have).
That's why I've done it up this year.
From garland to wreaths to pots to planters - I've got a little bit of everything.
Throw in a reindeer and a vintage sled and I really have covered it all!
My planter is a combination of greens, both cedar and fraiser fur, eucalyptus, red dogwood twigs and pinecones.
Keeping with my rustic elegance theme, I kept the bows and bling to a minimum this year - opting to leave the bows off the garland and decking the wreath with only a bit of ribbon and raffia.
The wicker planter costs were kept to a minimum by working with what I had on hand, namely: vinca vine, coral bells, decorative kale, eucalyptus, red boxwood twigs and faux greenery.
In fact, the only thing I purchased for this planter were two bundles of greenery trimmings, which were actually split between four planters.
Moving on to the back door...
In the winter, our screened-in porch doubles as a makeshift mudroom. So this year, I decided to give it a little Christmas cheer as well.
Remember those four planters I mentioned earlier - here's number 3. Just a combination of greens dressed with a simple bow. Perfectly paired with another vintage sled and a trio of lanterns.
The utilitarian side of the porch is accented with a vintage water bottle stuffed full of greenery.
This is the door that I frequent the most and now I smile every time I use it!
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