Use What You Have Decorating

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Decorate for Christmas using items you have in your home...

A 3x3" pillar candle from the dollar store, a dessert dish, and a bag of cranberries.

A five minute Holiday decorating solution.

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  1. Such a nice simple idea and pretty. Putting the cranberries in water and a small floating candle in that is nice also.

  2. Love it - simple, pretty - and cheap!

  3. This is the perfect addition to a Christmas table! And so simple and inexpensive!

    Merry Christmas!

  4. Smart!!! I love using what I already have in the house b/c I refuse to get on any main roads between now and Xmas (Sunrise Hwy Massapequa is the worst!).


  5. This year that was my mantra.... not to make any new purchases and use what I had. I succeeded but I did purchase two packs of bulbs on sale to replace the ones that broke when the tree fell.



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