Amaryllis and Cranberries Centerpiece. A single amaryllis stem makes a dramatic statement as a centerpiece. Place the stem in a few inches of water in a tall cylindrical vase. Hide the stem with cranberries and finish with a red ribbon and a small pine branch cutting. Centerpieces Ideas, Decor Ideas, Christmas Centerpieces, Christmas Tables, Simple Centerpieces, Amaryllis And Cranberries, Tables Centerpieces, Christmas Decor, Holiday Tables
. Start by lining the box with dry florist's foam to anchor evergreen sprigs. Attach citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, limes) to florist's picks and tuck into the greenery. Add interest by cutting some of the fruits in half or adding decorative details. Editor's Tip: Make orange pomanders by using a large needle to poke holes into the orange. Push the stems of whole cloves into the holes.
DIY Amaryllis Candle Centerpiece Wow these would be lovely anytime but I can just see them for Valentines day, can't you?
Cheery Christmas Centerpiece For a quick centerpiece, arrange ornaments in a square vase. Tie a bow around the vase and display on a silver tray, blanketed with artificial snow and a few extra ornaments. Coordinate the color of the ornaments with your table and holiday decor.
Christmas in a teacup! Boxwood clippings in a white tea cup become a tiny holiday tree. Fill the cup with oasis foam and stud with green clippings. Use a hot glue gun to attach silver dragees from your cake-decorating stash. Add sparkle to natural cones and acorns with a light spray of silver paint.