I love the smell of December, the whole house is alive with greenery. Christmas Tree purchased on Sunday and yesterday I put together a Winter Garland in the hall.
It didnt take a long time and it was so inexpensive to create.
Lat week I was given four enourmous pine branches, your florist or nursery will probably source for you. I bought three branches of Eucaluptus frommy local florist Linden Tree, and cut some fresh Ivy from the garden.
I added the pine first and bound with nylon wire, I call it fishing wire or cat gut. Then added the eucalyptus and the ivy.
I’ve punctuated the garland at the top middle and bottom with hydrangers which had dried out form the summer. I’ve added a few baubles and again secured with the nylon wire.
Grab a water spray and sprits for a lovely smell throughout the home. Keep spraying through the month and you have that lovely Pine smell through Christmas.
Original inspiration taken from Marks and Spencer press day last month.
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Getting over my cold today so I stayed in and I put some branches from the tree on the stairs, added eucalyptus, ivy and dried hydrangea and what do you know I have myself a stair wreath. Surprising what you can do with a bit nylon thread. My entry for @myhousethismonth ‘Green’ #myhousethismonth #interiorinspiration #interiorstylist #interiorstyling #styleblogger #honeststyle #diaryofanhonestwoman #influencer #honesthome #honesthouse #acornerofmyhome #instahome #homedecor #interiorblogger #homeblogger #deliciousdarkinteriors #deliciouslydarkdecor #brighton #darkinteriors #darkside #curiosities #antiquities #antiques #honestinteriors
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