My front porch is finally dressed for winter. It snowed early in Minnesota this year, so I went for sweet and simple. Cuz baby, it’s cold outside!
We ordered a wreath from a friends son. This is the best Boy Scout wreath I have ever seen. Too beautiful not to use (excuse the glare, it gets dark early in MN in the winter). It goes well with the Noel sign I made, don’t you think? You can see how I made the sign here.
A few ornaments adorn my lighted garland, which the wonderful men in my family put up this year. With the temperature in the teens, I gave a few suggestions, and then got out of the way. Inside, where it’s warm. They did a great job. I did brave the cold to wire on all the baubles.
My fingers are still thawing out.
An old grapevine wreath is made new with fresh ribbon and some glittery snowflakes.
A simple holiday wish, a few pine cones, and a cute little tree adorn the little table.
All in all, a very cheerful winter porch.
Which you can kind of tell, even though it’s dark. It took almost the entire day to get all the lights working. But I’m glad I kept at it, because nothing beats the sparkle of twinkling lights, especially on a cold winter’s night.
I’m joining Beth’s Christmas Front Porch Party.