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Easy Christmas DIY Decor

With December fast approaching, many of us have started thinking about our holiday decorating. For some it takes days- weeks even- to get their homes decorated for the festive season. For others, they're happy to keep things simple and add a touch of holiday cheer here and there.

 

No matter what your style or budget, it's a favourite past time for many families. And if you've been looking for some fun new ideas, check out how you can turn some simple ornaments available at a variety of stores into several decorative accents.


No matter your colour scheme, a homemade festive wreath is a fun project!

 

 

Create holiday ornament topiaries to dress up your home (perfect for a mantle or side table)

 

 

Decorate banisters & railings with garland swags complete with ornamanet arrangements!

 

 

 

What's your favourite thing about decorating for Christmas? Did you know adding festive decor can help your house appeal to buyers if you're trying to sell at this time of year? For more advice to help sell your home fast, contact us today!

 

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