Captivating floral decor ideas to use this Christmas
Paperwhites & Cranberries by bhg.
Lovely decor combining two natural elements as well as Christmas colors, red cranberries and white flowers.
Paperwhites & Cranberries
Amaryllis Candle Centerpiece by Martha Stewart.
Elegant and dramatic centerpiece. The red Amaryllis adds a touch of sophistication to the white & silver tableware.
Amaryllis Candle Centerpiece
Carnation Ball Centerpiece by country living
The carnation ball is such a cool centerpiece. It looks stunning and very professional, yet it is easy to make and very inexpensive. Click here for the how to make a carnation sphere instructions.
Carnation Ball Centerpiece
Happy Halloween everybody!
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Few days ago I got this amazing picture of dogs made of flowers. They look just like the real thing.I don’t know who made them, but they are very talented. (Sorry for not acknowledging the talented artist.)
Halloween is fast approaching, I gathered some cool and inspiring floral arrangements you can use to decorate your house:
Easy to do floral arrangement in a pumpkin. Click here for full instructions by samantha562.
Floral Arrangement in a Pumpkin
White pumpkin decor. Looks very elegant and festive, by chatelaine.
The one and only, Martha Stewart. Lovely pumpkin vase. For full instructions click here.
Pumpkin Flower Vase
If you love to decorate your home with flowers for the weekend, here’s a beautiful and very easy to do flower arrangement by design spong. You will find the step by step instructions here.
diy project teapot flower arrangement
fun DIY floral arrangement
There is a Jewish tradition to buy for the holidays (Jewish holiday of Sukkot) the 7 species of Israel. One of these species is citron that is a type of a lemon.
In order to be qualified for selling, the citron has to be perfect, and I mean flawless and impeccable. The buyer checks the citron so carefully as if he’s buying a diamond ring to his fiancée. To protect it from harm, it is wrapped in a silky flax fiber and stored in a special box like a breakable china doll.
Along with the perfect citrons, growing on the tree mutant citrons, that don’t look like a lemon rather they look like a weird squid.
These mutants are being ignored and tossed away because they are not perfect.
But as you can see in the pictures below, there is no such thing as ugly or imperfect, Mother Nature creates only beautiful and unique things.
I took these pictures at a table décor workshop I participated the other day, and the lady who demonstrated, showed us amazing center pieces designs using the mutant citrons.
I was impressed by her creativity, and it made me think, how easy is to focus on the perfect ones and toss away the different and flawed. It takes imagination to see beauty in things that are unique and different.
Just take a look and see how beautiful the citrons are in these floral arrangements, they look like a special coral or exotic fruit. They add something new to this world by being different.
Orchids are cultivating this plant for nearly 80 million years. They managed to survive and grow in every imaginable place, except for Antarctica.
They are wild flowers that live on trees, rocks, in the ground, underground and in the last 300 years in our homes as well.
I don’t like them that much, but I got to admit, they are fascinating. I admire the way they succeeded to thrive without so called brain and body parts, and they did a fantastic job at procreating more than 25000 species.
Today, the orchid is a symbol of elegance, luxury and beauty and growing an orchid at home adds a touch of sophistication and chic.
Here are some fantastic orchid flower decor ideas I found:
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