144 non photo holiday cards Home Design Photos

lclaire
Mia and Nick's Shared Nursery
Ideabooks5,276
Questions3
I am looking for these exact vintage alphabet cards...where can i find them, looked everywhere!!
Loved the card hanger! Where can I get those?
the cards with the letters/pictures of the animals strung along the wall!
Hang notes or photos from pieces of string, raffia or wire.
to do this with my holiday cards so that I can enjoy looking at them for a month.
like the idea of hanging holiday cards using clothes pins
Clothespins. Extend a string, piece of raffia or wire for your favorite photos or pages from a book and clip them up like little pieces of laundry on a line.I like to do this with my holiday cards so that I can enjoy looking at them for a month.Now you: Houzzers, what are your favorite
“Alphabet pics” — jod84
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
Ideabooks3,205
Questions7
The cabinet that looks like a "card catalog" ...
Instead of going for the big impact, spread a little holiday cheer in every room in the house. Small touches, like an ornament hung on a mirror or a sprig snipped from your Christmas tree in a glass on the bathroom sink, will foster a warm, cozy holiday mood without much effort on your part.
Everything about this. The card catalog, the industrial safety lights, office file cab, floor tile
and fits in easily with the rustic holiday decor.Tip: The bathroom is an ideal place for seasonal greens because the high humidity keeps them nicely hydrated.
8. Give every room a small, special touch. Instead of going for the big impact, spread a little holiday cheer in every room in the house. Small
“the two sinks with cabinet in the middle” — pattyfoooo
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
Ideabooks3,607
Questions3
cute would make a great Christmas card
Like photo for possible front of a greeting card
Okay, maybe not quite my house, but isn't this just the most charming traditional holiday Victorian ever ???
What do you like about this photo? Like the posts
1. Put up holiday decorations. If you like to decorate for the holidays, now is the time! Dig out the Christmas lights and test them early in the month, so you have ample time to replace nonworking
exterior lights, wreaths and swags, being sure to use only exterior-rated lights, and plug them in safely to an outside outlet if possible.2. Plan for holiday home safety. With night falling earlier this month, and many people headed out of town, it pays to be extra safety-conscious — whether or not you are
“Postcard look” — pradue
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
Ideabooks3,934
Questions10
Love the banner with hanging pictures! What are photos hung with? What supplies are used to make it?
holiday card display
pics/cards between lights
WAYS TO DISPLAY CARDS
Stove Surround with Holiday Decor
Holiday Decor...Holiday cards...photo banner
“Tiled floor” — eswicke
Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Traditional Front Porch Christmas
Ideabooks43,879
Questions14
Front porch decorated for the holidays. Garland, lights, angels
where can i find this door in this photo
Another wiring tip for holiday lighting
We usually work with a custom floral designer in our area for our holiday décor. However, you might want to check out Frontgate for a garland like this.
Possible photo for front on a greeting card
Beautiful entry way at the holidays
Love the holiday entry - nice
Outlets outdoors. Conveniently placed juice for holiday displays were very important to many of you, especially near the front door. Several of you also chimed in that it is convenient to have outlets on every side of the house, eliminating the need for dozens of feet of orange outdoor extension cords
“Lights on the porch” — lionsgate65
bldg.collective
1 Review
Bend Residence
Ideabooks2,534
Questions2
Want to take a unique photo of your house? Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark and the contrast in lighting will be too great — aim for early dusk. If doing this during the holiday season, focus through a window
Taking holiday photos - use your house as a backdrop and put a twinkling Christmas tree on the verandah
Take a photo in the early evening, from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark and the contrast in lighting will be too great — aim for early dusk. Focus
window on the big indoor Christmas tree or place a smaller, potted tree outside, draped in twinkling lights.Tell us: Do you take holiday photos each year? Which has been the most memorable? Share your traditions in the Comments!
“I will so do this for Christmas.” — colleenhoron
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks11,417
Questions10
Hi @gwhit, check out some really beautiful (and similar) bamboo chandeliers. http://www.houzz.com/photos/101177/Bamboo-Chandelier-traditional-chandeliers-other-metros http://www.houzz.com/photos/234734/Bamboo-Tower-Chandelier-asian-chandeliers-
The practical rule of thumb. Dispose of photos that are duplicates, blurry,
Take photos out of albums and re group into smaller boxes?
moment to knock out some of your holiday cards, it’s important to spend time with the people who make life special despite the hustle and bustle of the season.More: 10 Ways to Get Your Kitchen Ready for the Holidays
The practical rule of thumb. Dispose of photos that are duplicates, blurry, of people
The most important thing is to have fun. Making it easy to sit down and wrap gifts, make cards or bake cookies means you’re transforming a holiday activity from a chore into a chance to be creative and to have fun together. Whether you’re wrapping gifts with your kids
“Color” — linzrod11
AMR Design
4 Reviews
Homes for the Holidays 2012- Edmonton
Ideabooks7,151
Questions3
Homes for the Holidays 2012- Edmonton
Can you please tell me where you found the red photo frames?
white slipcovered dining chairs with red ribbon-holidays
Like the Christmas cards on the mantle. Also like the white chair
Holiday table design
Cards on the mantle...Holiday decor...photos on mantel
“Christmas” — Jerry Savage
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