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  1. Oh, I never thought of mixing fresh garland with faux! Love that. I think I keep hitting replay on the bottle brush wreath reel this week…Gary even had to watch it with me! Ha! Happy Thanksgiving, sweet friend!

    1. LOL, you should make that wreath! It’s really easy. This year I so so many different colored sets of bottlebrush trees on Amazon that I almost made it again with other colors!!

  2. Kathy Munday says:

    Your porch looks beautiful Jenn. So warm and welcoming. Great tips. I wish we had more “winter” foliage close to home. I certainly will keep a pair of clippers on my car!!! If the greenery lasts, it will keep the house looking beautiful all winter. Once Christmas decor comes down, everything looks so bare, so these ideas will help to keep things looking great!!! Thanks!!

      1. Kathy Menold says:

        Jennifer. Your porch looks great and your idea about twisting a faux and real garland is brilliant. How do you attach your garland . I usually use my planters on either side of the front door and fortunately have alot of greens around our property. I also add a big arrangement on a bench on the porch with lights on a timer. A few lanterns and a Moravian Star add some more illumination.On our door a home made wreath with a big bow.
        Simple but we love it. Thanks for your ideas.

        1. Jennifer Howard says:

          Hi Kathy, WHen I hang it around the door I take a couple stems of the fake garland and tuck it behind the vinyl frame around my storm door and it stays in place…even through snowstorms.

  3. Twisting the fake and real garland is a great tip! I’ll have to try it next season…when I have two hands! lol

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      LOL…I almost spit out my coffee!!!