The faux red berries and snow-dusted pinecones give your tree an outdoorsy look, but the extreme amount of lights is what makes this tree really shine. Editor's Tip: To conserve energy, we suggest keeping the lights unplugged during the day, then lighting up the room at night./
My own little seashell vignette! I put some sand in a $1 thrift shop vase then tucked a couple of air plants into a moon shell we collected on Whidbey Island. The plants just need a light misting or a swish under the sink faucet once a week. No dirt required!