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I have always loved creating small floral arrangements to brighten up my space, as a teenager I would make our Holiday wreaths and help my Mom hang the garlands on our porch at Christmas. Back then Maximalist looks were in, so I pulled out all the stops with glittery pinecones and ribbons! Nowadays I prefer more subtle decor, and naturally arranged vases. The key to nailing that look is skipping flowers and use greenery, or plants that might be in your area that you could forage.
This winter floral arrangement is sure to brighten up your home or dining room! I love creating my own floral arrangements by using what I have on hand to create an affordable and beautiful vase for each season.
For winter arrangements you can use faux plants from the Holidays such as eucalyptus, pine or berry pics instead of flowers. This is also a great time to create seasonal wreaths made from fern branches, pine cones, grape vines and more in order to decorate your home in beautiful new ways at this time of year. If you want to see how I created this in real time, be sure to check out my Instagram Reel here! I'd love to hear from you if you create your own version, so tag me on IG if you do.
What You'll Need:
Vase (my vase is thrifted)
Dried Eucalyptus branches
Pine or Cedar Branches (mine are from last year)
Wire Cutters (if pieces need trimmed)