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How Long Do You Leave Your Christmas Decorations Up?

For those of you who begin decking the halls right after Thanksgiving, or sooner, by the time the New Year comes around, you may be ready to box up your ornaments and other festive knickknacks right away. Others may let the Santa hats and the angel statuettes linger a bit longer. How about you?

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lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
jan. 6th/three kings day...
lizlee89 lizlee89 6 years
jan. 6th/three kings day...
maybeimnot maybeimnot 6 years
January 6th!
maybeimnot maybeimnot 6 years
January 6th!
Choco-cat Choco-cat 6 years
yep, leave 'em up til the 12th day of christmas.
Ellenora Ellenora 6 years
We take them down on January 6th, Epiphany Day.
jestergirl jestergirl 6 years
Our's may be up til mid-January...never any certain date...
ella1978 ella1978 6 years
My mother has always done Jan. 6th as well. I like keeping it up a little longer into January - it keeps a little Christmas spirit up in the house, plus the decor is so pretty, it's nice to have around.I'll probably do something different with the mantle for the rest of winter, but the tree will come down toward the end of January.
ella1978 ella1978 6 years
My mother has always done Jan. 6th as well. I like keeping it up a little longer into January - it keeps a little Christmas spirit up in the house, plus the decor is so pretty, it's nice to have around. I'll probably do something different with the mantle for the rest of winter, but the tree will come down toward the end of January.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
Moonrabbitz, that's what I do too. It's sort of a tradition here in Germany. I may make an exception this year though, because I might be having a New Years party, and I'd like to keep all surfaces free (and reduce the risk of stuff getting broken hehe)
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 6 years
Moonrabbitz, that's what I do too. It's sort of a tradition here in Germany. I may make an exception this year though, because I might be having a New Years party, and I'd like to keep all surfaces free (and reduce the risk of stuff getting broken hehe)
moonrabbitz moonrabbitz 6 years
We keep it up until Jan. 6th, Three Kings Day
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