Check Out These Awesome Penn State Holiday Decorations
Last week, we asked you to send us your Penn State-themed holiday decorations. We received a handful of awesome submissions that will help get you in the holiday spirit. Here are our favorites:
Matt and Melissa Cuppett from Uniontown, PA have been adding ornaments to their Penn State Christmas tree since they graduated in 2006 and 2007. The couple decorates and displays the tree in their Penn State-themed kitchen. The decorations are a combination of ornaments from craft shows, local artists, stores, and from their visits to University Park.
Ryan Born and his roommate Travis Holtzinger have a Penn State Christmas tree in Hamilton Hall. Their tree is decorated with football tickets and pieces of shakers from their favorite games.
Although not directly Penn State-themed, freshman Ryan Shea fit a giant inflatable Santa in his dorm room in East Halls, so we had to include his submission.
Michele Harker puts up her tree up every November to get ready for Christmas and celebrate the Penn State football season.
Here’s another Penn State themed Christmas tree adorned with homemade ornaments.
A homemade wreath adds a stately touch to Cassie Miller’s front door.
Which Penn State themed holiday decoration is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
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