Stunning Apothecary Jar Christmas Display Decoration

Stunning Apothecary Jar Christmas Display Decor

Apothecary jars make wonderful containers for more than just candy. Fill with co-ordinating ornaments and trim to create sensational individual centerpieces or group together several jars for a stunning display. This festive Christmas display decoration will add sparkle to any table, side table or fireplace mantel.

Stunning Apothecary Jar Christmas Display Decor

Stock up on apothecary jars for all events. Stuff them up with candy for birthdays or Halloween and seasonal festive decorations for other holidays. Always be on a lookout for a different shape and silhouette to add to your collection. Start with these:

Apothecary Jar 3 Piece Set Wedding Candy Buffet

DIY Wooden Violin Christmas Door Decoration

DIY Wooden Violin Christmas Decoration

DIY Wooden Violin Christmas Decoration

This wooden violin makes a different wall hanging or door design.

It has a built-in area on the front for holding the floral foam.

I have used dri-foam for the mechanics, as all the materials are artificial.

Materials used are gold Poinsettias for the focal area, large red berries, sprays of small maroon berries, gold leaves, and a bow of tartan ribbon with a gold thread running through.

A wire hanger has been attached at the back.

 

Poinsettia Wall Hanging – DIY Christmas Decoration for Doors or Walls

Poinsettia Wall Hanging: DIY Christmas decoration

Deck your doors or walls with this DIY Christmas decoration made using artificial poinsettias.

This picture shows a wall hanging design, made for a presentation ceremony in a Town Hall. It was one of two identical ones.

The arrangement has been made on a gold bamboo backing, with dri-foam for the mechanics. The flowers and foliage were arranged into the dri-foam.

All the materials were artificial, and include Poinsettias, Red Roses, Eucalyptus (green and gold), artificial apples and Pine. Some gold painted dried fan palm, wicker balls and wicker lanterns were also included to help add a festive feel.

A gold bow of wire-edged ribbon was attached at the top, and the ribbon was wound down through the design, finishing with long tails at the bottom.

 

About the AuthorChrissie Harten lives in Redditch, Worcestershire, England, with her husband, and her cute dog Toby. Gardening is her passion, and Chrissie loves to describe herself as a plantaholic. When she is not in her garden, Chrissie teaches Flower Arrangements and plays the Saxophone. She is the Secretary and Internet Officer of Bromsgrove and District Flower Arrangement Society, which is affiliated to NAFAS.

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