Fab Holiday Centrepiece

7 Dec

Are you hosting a holiday party and thinking your decor might need that extra touch of Christmas sparkle?  Or perhaps your overly critical in-laws are coming over and you want your house so full of holiday cheer they can’t help be polite (here’s hoping!).  Either way, I’ve  got the solution. Pick up a plain wreath from your local grocer or big box store, borrow some ornaments from your gorgeous Christmas tree and follow the simple steps in my video to create a center-piece that will make your guests think you’re Martha’s second cousin.  Happy Holidays!

To learn more about making holiday wreaths, watch this video!

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3 Responses to “Fab Holiday Centrepiece”

  1. Gardening Jones December 7, 2011 at 4:45 PM #

    That is great! And you’re right about symmetry- My Great Uncle was a second generation florist, and an artist- he taught me that. “Life is not symmetrical” he’d say. He also said “The vase should never be prettier than it’s contents.” And when doing art- “Life is not a color, it’s a multitude of shades.”
    I love the way you have different shades of green!

    • Verkade Landscape Design December 7, 2011 at 4:55 PM #

      Thanks for your kind words! I love your brussel sprout posts. They have recently become a new favorite of mine after finding a recipe where you bake them in the oven with sliced bacon and brown sugar. Mmmmm! PS. Your Great Uncle was a wise man!!

      Sent from my iPhone

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