Stall Decorating Ideas for Christmas

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Stall Decorating Ideas for Christmas
Ornaments are one way to decorate a stall for Christmas. (Martin Poole/Photodisc/Getty Images)

During the holidays, almost every space can use some Christmas cheer, no matter how small it may be. Stalls are no exception, whether it's a bathroom stall or horse's stall. There are plenty of holiday decorations that can be incorporated into stalls, including ornaments, string lights, paper cutouts and trimmings.

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Lights

Nothing says Christmas like the twinkle of string lights. Bring Christmas spirit to a stall by hanging up a strand or two. Decorate a wall with the lights or line the top of the stall. String lights come in many varieties, including ones with multiple colours or flashing patterns. Just make sure there is a nearby outlet they can be plugged into before you hang them up.

Ornaments

Bring some big holiday cheer to a small stall with Christmas ornaments. Luckily, you don't need a Christmas tree to use these decorations. Instead, string them on ribbon and thumbtack or tape them to the ceiling. You can also drape a long piece of string or ribbon along a wall; hang multiple ornaments off of this length. These decorations, which come in just about any shape or theme, can add Christmas cheer to a space without taking up much space.

Paper Decorations

Use paper to make your own Christmas decorations for a stall. Buy some coloured construction paper, or even use some paper from your office, and cut it into festive shapes, such as Christmas trees, reindeer, angels and Santas. As extra flair, decorate the shapes with glitter, ribbon or googly eyes and simply tape or thumbtack them onto the walls or door of the stall.

Trimmings

You probably won't be able to fit a Christmas tree in a stall, but you can still decorate the space with Christmas trimmings. Buy traditional garlands made of holly leaves or evergreens and hang them around the stall's walls or entryway. While you could also hang plastic tinsel trim, available in a variety of colours and designs, you should avoid hanging plastic tinsel if there are animals in the stall. Although these decorations can seem appetizing, they can cause intestinal problems.

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