Don't forget to decorate outdoors for Christmas ~ Make the outside of your home as ready for the holidays as the inside with these curb-alicious Christmas decorating ideas using greenery, festive light, lanterns, planters and more.

Add the soft glow of candlelight to your front porch with decorated lanterns filled with ornaments and topped with beautiful bows and greenery.

When not cruising the snow-covered hills, an old sled embellished with pine sprigs, pinecones, and fruit does double duty as a welcoming Christmas decoration next to the front door. A bright red ribbon on top ties the look together.

Ornaments aren’t just for the tree! Give your outdoor planters a holiday makeover with a few round ornaments, birch branches, and grapevine balls {use plastic ornaments to avoid breakage}.

Dress up your entryway with a festive Christmas garland for a look that’s both welcoming and of-the-season. To make this outdoor holiday decorating idea your own, customize a ready-made pinecone garland with ornaments that coordinate with your door color. Position the garland outside the door frame and secure at the top and sides with self-adhesive hooks or brick clips.
Bottlebrush firs look like miniature frosted evergreens when arranged in a wintry bucket planter. Votive candles add a calming, flickering glow to this outdoor Christmas decoration.
Prepare a merry welcome at the curb — a pretty swag of pine tied on with wire adds a flourish to your mailbox. Embellish it with red accents and pretty pinecones {then pray for snow as it will only enhance the look =)}.
Add seasonal greenery to your outdoor planters for a festive and bright entrance with
 a mix of pinecones, berries, clementines, and evergreen sprigs.
Take inspiration from classic Christmas candy and fill a white planter with decorative candy canes for a unique outdoor holiday decorating idea. Store-bought plastic canes and weather-treated ribbon mean this front door decor can last throughout the season.
Spheres of grapevines wrapped in Christmas lights become shimmering orbs on a coat of freshly fallen snow. Place these magical globes in birdbaths, urns, or on stairsteps to cast an ethereal glow on your outdoor landscape.

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