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phyllism

04:33AM | 12/01/03
Member Since: 11/30/03
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What is the best way to hang lighted garland around my front door? I thought about using staples but I am a renter and didnt want to do any damage

toolcen2

04:14PM | 12/01/03
Member Since: 09/10/03
67 lifetime posts
why not velcro stripping. stick one to facing,cut the other long enough to go over or around your garland.

phyllism

01:45PM | 12/02/03
Member Since: 11/30/03
2 lifetime posts
Thanks I will try that but i'm not sure about the placement of the velcro.

devildog

06:40AM | 12/04/03
Member Since: 09/16/02
251 lifetime posts
What about the hooks that stick to the wall. I think 3M makes the one that has a way of getting it off at the end of Christmas so you don't ruin walls or other surfaces. I don't know if they would work in the cold, wood, or vinyl.

Good luck,
Devildog

RicTee

02:52PM | 01/23/04
Member Since: 01/22/04
18 lifetime posts
Would one of these work for you?
http://www.annmorris.com/images/HOD6.gif

It's an over-the-door hook that requires no sticky tape, nails, glue or anything.

If it's not low enough, you could always attach a piece of fishing line [it's clear and invisible] to the wreath and hang the other end over the hook.

[This message has been edited by RicTee (edited January 23, 2004).]

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