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I Love Using Christmas Ornaments to Decorate Our Home
Ornaments Only on Your Tree is a Thing of the Past!

There are so many fun ways to display your extra bulbs…, so, round up those extra ornaments! 

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I’m going to share fun ideas that get us in the Christmas spirit!

In this photo, I strung ornaments across a mirror using old twine my hubby had in the garage.

Now, these ornaments were still in boxes from many years ago.  I’d gotten them for about $1 per box at a clearance sale after Christmas.  But, I just just never used them as I thought I would.

This nifty idea would also look lovely strung across a doorway, mantle, or over your bed.

You could also use brightly colored ornaments varying in type and size if you’re looking for a more quirky look! This is SO much fun!!

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Display spare bulbs in a dish or bowl as a centerpiece.

I used this special, antique, cake stand which belonged to my grandmother to display ornaments in colors of gold and silver… but, a fancy dish or glass vase would also look pretty!

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Oh, and I also pulled out an eclectic yard sale find – a metal tiered stand with the white paint peeling off!

It turned out scrumptuous as a tiered arrangement on my kitchen island using a mix of bulbs, pine cones, and greens.  This was SO simple!

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Create a custom hanging ornament chandelier.  This chic look can be hung on an outdoor hook, over a mirror, or from an actual chandelier or light fixture.

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Lastly, I hung gorgeous ornaments in front of the kitchen windows.  I used a vibrant green ribbon to hang each piece which gave a nice pop of color to the vintage ornaments I used.

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I hope these examples as well as the other photos below help give you inspiration for your own holiday decorating! 🙂

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It doesn’t matter what type, size, or color of ornaments you have left over after decorating your tree… I’ll bet you can find a wonderful place to show them off!

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Nancy Alexander

President at Ladybug Wreaths
Overcoming Fibromyalgia & Celiac I Now Teach Others to Make Door Wreaths & Sell Them on the Internet!

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