Why not even a change to the Christmas rings this year?
eucalyptus and other foliage look in one simple decoration Beautiful out.
Front door is decorated with parvi stems and a red ribbon
Get fresh foliage
If you have one Have a garden, Look for traditional Christmas branches like holly and ivy or others evergreen Plants like Eucalyptus, Pittosporum and Laurel.
Fresh holly and ivy Keep well after cutting.
Tie together stems
Yourself cheaper bouquet the end Dyed dried Sticks looks great with a contrasting band
Just bind a big handful of foliage with a rubber band and then fasten a loop in a glowing festive color like Red or gold. Cover the rubber band with another piece of tape and tie a big loop. Do not forget to sustain the ends! The wider the band is, the luxurious it looks.
Bind a loop
Evergreen foliage is easy to get, even if you do not have a garden. Buy fresh foliage at your Floristthat is sufficient without water for the whole time. If you are not sure, ask which branches are evergreen, or are looking for thick, shiny leaves.
Dried eucalyptus leaves
For one longer durable bouquetwho are not inherited and may still be useful in the new year, they should or be dried or Preserved foliage try out.
These Eucalyptus Robusta tribeswhich I start at the beginning of the Year dried have, have great Leaves in silver and sage coloring tones
Natural Eucalyptus CinereainDried workshop will still retain his tender, silvery foliage
Dried foliage is usually kept in natural greens and feels a little crispy. at natural drying methods the stems are usually on a dark, warm and dry Location hung up so you dry out over a period of a few weeks. Naturally Air-dried leaves Like these, sometimes retain something of their natural scent. Chemically preserved leaves are usually colored as part of the process, and each sheet and stalk can be more flexible.