This Scandinavian-style greenery "chandelier" is an eye-catching way to draw guests to a holiday cocktail or buffet table.
Christmas is comming, how to docorate our homes? Cool christmas decorations will add give us holiday feeling. here we collected some ideas for you.
Delicate snowflakes disappear quickly if brought indoors. To capture their sparkling essence for your holiday party, re-create them in glitter, which won't melt away, on a sheer organza tablecloth overlay.
A delicate-looking wreath that creates the magical effect of candles flickering in the snow is easy to make and surprisingly sturdy.
Lattice-Fence and Evergreen Window Boxes
Lattice-weave baskets tied with red ribbons overflow with evergreen boughs and holly branches.
Pinecone Rosette Garland
Pinecones and evergreens belong together, especially in holiday garlands. Here, we've shaped them into rosettes.
This mistletoe ball serves as a gentle reminder, amid the holiday hubbub, to take a momentary respite for romance.
PHOTOGRAPHY: DANA GALLAGHER
Cushion Moss Wreath
Cushion moss will thrive all year. Use some or all of the following natural materials to craft a beautiful wreath for your home.
PHOTOGRAPHY: NGOC MINH NGO
Amaryllis Candle Centerpiece
With the help of these candle and flower centerpieces, the whole table will shine.
PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC PIASECKI
Unwrap a new wreath idea this year. Cover small containers, such as old jewelry boxes, with weatherproof paper, which will hold up outdoors, unlike wrapping paper; seal with all-weather tape. Add decorative bands in contrasting colors, if desired, and tie with ribbon. Attach to a flat wooden wreath form (ours is 18 inches) using a hot-glue gun. Affix a satin bow.
Festive Wreath Chandelier
When suspended from the ceiling, this impressive, ornament-laden ring of greens will thrill your guests.
A fragrant and colorful addition to your tabletop.
Gentle Drift Mantel Decoration
Dripping crystal icicles dangle from a cedar-covered, snow-dusted mantelpiece to create a frosty scene. Soft powder, looking as if it floated down the chimney overnight, drifts around stacked wood and iron urns filled with silvery santolina.
PHOTOGRAPHY: GENTL AND HYERS