I removed about two feet of the ladder so it would fit nicely in the bottom landing of the staircase. Then I carefully hung the wreath using a piece of ribbon and tied a bow. Yes, my bows need a lot of work, but it will do until a friend of mine stops to visit. She’s so much better at bows then I am. Mine always seem to end up flat or droopy. I then attached the Kiss Me sign to the ladder.
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