Wondering how to spread the holiday cheer outdoors? We’ve listed 5 elements you should have for your outdoor space to welcome the holidays and spread the good vibe this holiday brings.
A wreath of lush green foliage highlighted with reds greatly renders the classic Christmas holiday. However, if your door is in a color that will clash with this palette, you can explore using other hues such as grays, silver and even browns. Don’t be afraid to go rustic chic or sleek with silver.
Putting a holiday container by your entryway or pathway can be seen as a good hallmark of holiday cheer. Whether it’s wrapped gifts, holiday décor, or a cookie and milk treat for Santa and his reindeer, fill your container with all the good things this season brings.
There’s nothing like bright twinkling lights to uplift anybody’s mood. While the season may bring a chill wind during the night, the sight of twinkling lights can sparkle up anyone’s mood for the better.
Rustic Christmas Twig
Yep, you read that right. If you have small trees which shed their leaves in fall and stay leaf-less all throughout winter, you can make a Christmas twig out of it. Hang light holiday décor from its branches and see it come to life once more this winter. If anything, this transformation really brings out the magical power of this season.
While Southeast Texas only experiences flurries of snow on an occasional basis, you can make it come true in your own porch with a Frosty the Snowman. Katy might have experienced snow a bit early last November and we aren’t sure when it’ll snow enough for you to build a snowman but with a Frosty right at your doorstep, you can have it greet anyone with a warm hello and no risk of melting away.
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