There’s nothing more festive than a decorated for Christmas front porch and doorway. I love to add color and cheer on our front porch to welcome in guests. It’s the perfect spot for some traditional Christmas color of red and green.
Also, I’m joining a great group of ladies in a Christmas blog hop so please take a look at all the links below. These are all super talented bloggers so you’ll get so much inspiration from them this whole week.
I’m excited again this year to be partnering again with Lynch Creek Farm with a giveaway of a beautiful wreath, so stay tuned for that and sign up to win below! I was gifted my beautiful wreath and garland.
This year, I’m using some of the same elements I always use. Garland on the railings are easy to attach with zip ties. This multi-hued green garland is from Tree Classics, who I worked with in the past. It works great outside and I love to add bows. This one is prelit with batteries, but I don’t always use the lights.
Here’s a great look at that beautiful real mixed garland from Lynch Creek Farm. It is gorgeous framing our front door. My topiaries are making it fine so far and I’ve added bows on them. I made the bows using ribbon from At Home stores. The rug is also from At Home and I love it out here. Those lanterns are from Tractor Supply Co. a couple years ago.
Red bows are a good mix with the garland to add a pop of color.
The candy cane striped ribbon is a nice addition too. Making bows is very easy. I got a lesson years ago at a local Christmas store and have made my own bows ever since.
In fact, I did a video while I made these so you can see how I did it! Check it out here:
This rug from At Home is definitely getting me in the Holiday mood. Merry & Bright. Bring it on!
I’m hoping I can keep my topiaries alive until spring. They sure are pretty.
Mark’s boyhood sled makes an appearance on the porch once again. Just the right touch out here for a nostalgic Christmas greeting. I found those old ice skates at an antique store and I love them out here too.
The hanging of the garland and wreath on the front door just makes me get in the Christmas spirit. One of you will be winning a wreath just like this one, so stay tuned below. I love this one with a mix of magnolia leaves and pinecones.
It smells so good too.
The garland around the door is just the right touch as well. Lynch Creek really has the best garland ever. This is the longest one. I bought those large red Christmas balls at Old Tyme Pottery this year and love hanging them from the ceiling. Oh, notice we got a new lantern out here too. We had another one, but didn’t love it so Mark found this one instead.
That wreath though, is the crowning touch to the front door. We are really going to enjoy this entryway and it’s definitely helping me to get in the Holiday spirit. We all need as much cheer as we can get this year. It’s been a rough year, but I’ve got faith that things will improve with time. God still has everything under control. I tell myself this every day.
Merry Christmas my friends, let’s get ready to celebrate the month of December.
For a chance to win a wreath just like mine, leave a comment below. You can also get an extra chance at winning by following Lynch Creek Farm on Instagram.
Please leave a comment here and tell me your favorite Lynch Creek Farm wreath. You’ll win the same one as mine, but just for fun go over and look at their gorgeous wreaths. Mine is the Majestic Magnolia.
**GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED** CONGRATS TO GENA, SHE’S THE WINNER & HAS BEEN NOTIFIED!
Just leave a comment on THIS post for a chance to win and let me know if you follow them on Instagram too for an extra chance! This giveaway will end early on Wednesday so we can choose a winner soon! Be sure to check your emails so I can close this out and the winner can get their wreath soon. You wouldn’t believe how many people win my giveaways and never respond to the emails, so check your Spam folders too!
Here’s a little more information on Lynch Creek Farm and what a wonderful company they are. This family owned company has been in business since 1980. They don’t cut down trees to make their beautiful evergreen products, but use sustainable materials harvested in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. You also get free shipping in the US. Their wreaths outdoors will last 6-8 weeks in the Northern climate and 4-6 weeks in the Southern climate. You won’t find a better looking wreath, that is for sure!
I’m also joining some other blog friends, so I hope you’ll visit them all for so much Christmas inspiration. You’ll be glad you did!
Be sure and stop by Heather at Setting for Four next, she does a great job and you’ll love it!
Monday, November 30th (Front Porch/Outdoor Spaces)
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