Holly Wreaths I was surprised to discover that our "American" tradition of putting a holly wreath on the door for Christmas actually came from the Irish. While most of us start taking decorations down the day after Christmas, they keep their wreaths up until Epiphany ( also known as "Little Christmas") on January 6th.

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Holly Wreaths I was surprised to discover that our "American" tradition of putting a holly wreath on the door for Christmas actually came from the Irish. While most of us start taking decorations down the day after Christmas, they keep their wreaths up until Epiphany ( also known as "Little Christmas") on January 6th. is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about home decor related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
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