Holiday Office Door Decorating Ideas

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Holiday Office Door Decorating Ideas
Holiday crafts with ribbon, fabric and scissors are appropriate tools for office door decor. (holiday wrappings image by Sandra Cunningham from

Holiday office decor brings a festive feel to any place of business, though too much decoration will detract from the important nature of the work taking place. Use holiday office door decorating ideas to add a celebratory feel to the workplace that won't be too distracting or take up too much space.

Greenery Cones

Use materials that are readily available at any office to create holiday decor--paper. Roll sheets of paper into a cone shape with a wide opening at the top. Use blank copy paper or even discarded pages with ink on them to recycle otherwise unusable material. Fill the paper cones with pine cones, ivy and evergreen branches. Run red or green ribbon through a hole at the top and back of the cones to hang them from doorknobs, adding a touch or colour and holiday greenery to office spaces.

Garlands and Wreaths

Garlands and wreaths are classic holiday decorations that easily lend themselves to door decor. Get boughs of evergreen foliage and drape them across the top of door frames, embellishing the corners with velvet ribbons in holiday colours. Round wreaths with small bells, berries and brightly-coloured boxes are also perfect door decorations. Garlands and wreaths are inexpensive to buy and easy to make by hand.

Wrapping Paper

You can use simple wrapping paper to add bright colour to any office door. Buy a large roll of paper and wrap the door like a holiday present. You may even add a large ribbon to complete the gift-wrapped effect.

Paper Decorations

Hang small paper decorations from the tops of doors and doorways to provide movement and texture to holiday office decorations. Cut two pieces of paper into triangles, cutting out small wedges along the edges. Make a long cut into one of the triangles so that the cut nearly bisects the triangle. Place the cut triangle over the uncut triangle at a perpendicular angle to create a small, three-dimensional holiday tree. Hang the tree using ribbon or string and allow it to hang free on the door so it will move and sway in the breeze.

You can also tape two-dimensional paper decorations to the door to provide further decoration. Cut out small trains, stars and ornament shapes and place them against the door to give it a more festive holiday look.

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