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A Traditional Christmas Front Door

But the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be
On your own front door…

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

I really took this song to heart this Christmas and decked my front entry with holly, holly, holly!  There are two fresh holly wreaths, holly branches in the planters, and holly sprigs on the lanterns.  My three holly bushes in the backyard made this traditional Christmas front door possible!

Amazingly, the drought that hit Eastern Tennessee this fall didn’t seem to affect the holly at all.  They are loaded with berries!

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

I draped the doors in fraser fir garland from my family’s tree farm made by my talented aunt.  I threw in some red bows and plaid ribbon, added a few silver lanterns filled with ornaments, and voila a traditional Christmas front door!

I’m sharing a video of how I made these fresh holly wreaths over on Hometalk.  The process is much simpler than you might think!

I hope you enjoy pursuing my traditional Christmas front door! Henry snuck in a few photos, so don’t miss that little imp.  You can see the inside of my home decked for Christmas here.

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A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

A traditional Christmas Front Door with plaid ribbon, garland, holly wreaths, and lanterns

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