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Front door in your home is the best area to decorate for Christmas. Remember that the larger your front door and entryway, the larger your Christmas decorations can be. You can use anything material and color to create beautiful traditional Christmas front door. Actually, traditional style of Christmas décor is ideal for classic homes. If you want to welcome your friends and family with traditional Christmas style, you should hanging a wreath on your front door. Buying a plain pine wreath from a craft or home decor store can decrease your cost. You can custom door decoration for every seasons by adding your own accents to the wreath. Do you like classic Christmas style? Accents for a traditional wreath can include berries, bows, and ornaments. Red and green ornaments, a large red and/or green bow, pinecones and cranberries are right accessories to decorate your Christmas front door. There are two ways to hanging a wreath, you can use nail if your front door already has it or you use adhesive hooks. Snow on your wreath try to spray a plain pine wreath with adhesive before adding any decorations. Don’t forget to sprinkle the wreath with Epsom salt, white glitter or silver glitter, or dust lightly with white spray paint before the adhesive dries. For words in your wreath, you can spell Christmas and your initials name with green or red alphabet. DIY traditional Christmas front door decoration can created by adding red, green, gold and silver Christmas ornaments to ribbons, then tie the ribbons together at their ends, forming a bow. Beside that, you can hang a large stocking with your last name or initials or left it plain. If you have garden with trees and pots, you can decorate them with red and green ribbon. For lamp in your garden, try to use red or green lam, it will increase the traditional Christmas style in your home. Let’s try it in your home, and welcome your family and friends when Christmas holiday. These are some example of traditional Christmas front door decoration.
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