You can make a beautiful winter planter even when snow won't let flowers blossom.
Red lanterns guide holiday guests. In daytime, the white pillar candles inside match the snow.
Consider alternatives to Santa Claus and snowflakes if you want a rustic Christmas feel.
Use a six-pointed star form as an alternative to the traditional circular wreath.
This year, you might use your front yard for sledding, but you shouldn't just use it for children's games.
When you can hang two evergreen wreaths, why settle for one? A swag wreath is draped over the back of a mailbox to create this lovely outdoor Christmas arrangement.
With a set of stunning holiday planters, welcome winter visitors. the act of adding evergreen sprigs to a pot or planter.
Your front porch is an extension of your outdoor area, so make it a comfortable spot to relax and take in your Christmas yard décor.
Red pillar candles arranged in large glass vases will illuminate your yard.
Don't worry if your holiday lights are still tangled from the previous year.
It appears like Santa improvised after losing his sleigh. With a little imagination, you can use virtually anything as outdoor Christmas décor.