This post is written in conjunction with my partnership with Command Brand.

December-2-Beauty-2 Today I want to share with some simple Christmas front door ideas. Now, I don’t want you to worry that I have already decorated my front door in November, I am not that crazy. I actually did it in July! So, putting aside the sweltering heat I was decorating in, the goal was to share some really simple ideas for decorating your front door for Christmas – regardless of the weather. December-2-beauty-3 It is fairly common to string an evergreen garland around your front door and fill it with lights. But why not use a beautiful Christmas ribbon? I used a flannel buffalo check that was about 3” wide. It was super easy to hang, fairly inexpensive and just a little bit different. December-2-Beauty shot To hang the ribbon, I used Command Brand Light clips. December-2-Light-Clips Cleaning the area first and following the instructions on the package, I hung the clips in the top corners and the bottom corners. I started on the bottom left with a knot at the bottom to hold it in place. Then I draped it and hooked the ribbon in each top corner. I finished by tying another knot at the bottom right and hooking it in place. Then, I went back in and tucked in a bow at each top corner. If you would like to know how I made my bow, you can watch my bow making video. collage-hanging-ribbon-with-Command I also used a Command Brand Brushed Nickel Outdoor Hook to hang a premade swag with a ribbon added. This hook has been on my front door for months – and is still holding strong. I just keep switching it out for the seasons. December-2-14-Add other decorations To add a little more to the area, I also used the Command Brand terrace hooks to hang a basket to the side of the door. Again, following the preparation and hanging instructions on the package, I attached the hook in place to my siding. I hung one hook at the top to hold the ribbon and a second one at the bottom to hold the basket in place. How-to-Hang-Outdoor-Command-Strips After waiting an hour, I hung a fishing basket from the same ribbon. December-2-11-Hook on Basket Then, I added another bow at the top and filled the basket with faux greenery. December-2-12-Attach bow to hook I brought out my favorite vintage sled and added a few details to the bench. December-2-Beauty shot I love this so much, I am pretty sure I am going right back in with same approach. I just love how the ribbon is so simple but brings such nice color and a Christmas feel. How about you? How are you planning to decorate your front door for the holidays? You can find the Command Brand hooks for this project in the following links:

Command Outdoor Light Clips

Command Outdoor Terrace Clips

Command Brand Outdoor Brushed Nickel Hook

Thanks so much for reading and wishing you a great day!

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