Deck Your Stalls For Christmas

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The holiday season is underway! Many have already begun decorating. You can continue the fun by adding Christmas spirit to your horse barn. Deck those stalls with fun wreaths, lighting, garland, wrapping paper, and more. There are so many unique (and safe) ways to make your barn look festive this December.

Christmas at the Barn

These ladies are decorating their horse’s stalls with wreaths and colorful string lighting. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Wrapping paper covers this stall front. The horse’s name is displayed with a festive Christmas banner. What a nice touch!

Horse wreaths are the perfect addition to your barn or tack room doors. You can even make your own!

Garland has been draped around the stalls in this barn. It adds a classic and charming look! Each stall door also has a wreath.

You can have a lot of fun decorating the outside of your barn with ornaments, garland, Christmas trees, and lighting. This red barn is a beautiful example!

This horse, Snowman, has the cutest stall! They hung snowflakes, a stocking, and various decor. Barns with boarders can hold a stall decorating contest, so everyone can get in the spirit.

What’s Christmas without a tree?!? You can put horse ornaments on it or even show ribbons. Display it in the lounge or tack room for everyone to enjoy.

Who’s in the Christmas mood?!? Put on your favorite holiday tunes and get busy decorating.

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