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8 Stunning Designs to Dress up Your Yard This Christmas

Dec 07, 2017

La Habra Fence Company

8 Stunning Designs to Dress up Your Yard This Christmas

Christmas feels incomplete without decorating your yard and fence. Get into the holiday spirit and turn your yard into a perfect space for enjoying with your family and friends this Christmas. Create a Christmas wonderland and make your yard the envy of your neighbors.

Here are 8 interesting ways to impress guests by decorating the yard with welcoming lights, bows, and garlands:

    1. Light up Your Fence Decorate your fence with mini festive lights. Use these colorful lights to garland the fence and spread festive cheer all around. You can place small lighted Christmas trees besides the fence to light it up in a true holiday spirit.

Dress up Your Yard This Christmas

    1. Illuminate Walkways Illuminate your walkway leading from the curb to the front door with colorful lights. You can also place lanterns along the walkway or Christmas light stakes to make your front yard look more appealing.

Illuminate Walkways

    1. Decorate the Fence Make bows from satin ribbons and traditional Christmas wreaths to hang along the entire length of your fence. You can hang hand painted signs with cute sayings. You can also put some beautiful decorations besides the fence.

Fence Decoration

    1. Miniature Christmas Trees Who says Christmas trees should be in the living room? You can spread Christmas cheer by placing a miniature Christmas tree in the front porch or deck, and decorate it like a traditional tree. It looks great and also inviting when you have guests over.

Christmas Trees

    1. LED Lights Place LED lights on shade trees in your garden. You can also use these lights to illuminate the roof of your home. Get bulbs in Christmas colors – green, red, and white to spread the festive spirit around your neighborhood.

LED Lights

    1. Santa Claus and Reindeer Get Santa Claus, his sleigh, and reindeer and place them in your front yard. Decorate this scene with dummy gifts and a mini Christmas tree. You will have the entire neighborhood gathering in front of your yard!

Santa Claus

    1. Nativity Scene Just like a large-scale diorama, create a well-lit nativity scene in your front yard. You can add a touch of humor by also placing a snowman in the scene. Put a decorated Christmas tree to deck your yard with Christmas cheer. The kids will really love it!

Nativity Scene

    1. Stars and Snowflakes During Christmas season trees are bare. You can make them come to life by decorating them with stars and snowflakes motifs, giving more depth and intrigue to your front yard. The bright lights will make your yard stand out.

SnowflakesIt's time to decorate your yard and fence in the festive spirit for Christmas. Merry Christmas!

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