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    • Lisa Parra

      “Christmas decorating ideas - "mini trees" all around the house using potted branches” oh the fragrance.” out of extra, lower tree branches” For display, pot cut evergreen branches to serve as mini Christmas trees through the holidays. This project was easy to create. First, I picked out a mix of vintage containers to use as vessels. I opted for a mix of vintage mason jars, a metal measuring cup, and a ceramic marmalade jar. a little floral foam to the base of each vessel and created a reservoir

    • I.S. Mag

      Christmas Tree Cuttings For an alternative to the large Christmas tree, see here for instructions to plant your mini tree in a pot. Take fresh evergreen cuttings and plant in assorted vintage containers. Make a grouping of these for an eclectic arrangement in any room. I love the smell of the holidays! from:

    • Kolts_momma

      plant little xmas trees in pots - Love this idea! :)

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