Crystal Icicles

As you know I have been using fresh greens in my home this year for Christmas.I have several metal galvanized buckets and decided to use these for my greens.One of the the buckets has been placed on a shelf in my living room.I decided it needed a little Christmas bling so I hung some crystals from a vintage chandelier on the branches.

I think it looks like icicles hanging from the branches don’t you?

Just added some twigs to the mix too.I have this branch in a floral foam so I can keep adding water to keep this from drying out.

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Comments

  1. says

    This looks fantastic, Anne. I like the twigs added to the evergreens.

    I am still putting away fall things…I move slow! lol! We will probably get our tree the second weekend in December so I am always a little behind everyone. But…I get a lot of good ideas!

    XO,
    Jane

  2. says

    Sadly, due to allergies, mine and the lads, I cannot use fresh greens :-( I miss the smell of the evergreens…..
    The ‘twig’ tree in our master bedroom is dressed in crystal icicles as well. Luv the look!!
    Cheers, Gee

  3. says

    Very pretty. I love real greens, the smell, the naturalness of them. Join in my debate whether to use “faux real” or “fir real” tomorrow! Would love to hear your opinion! ~Delores

  4. says

    HI Anne…

    Oh how I love your greens.. I can almost smell that deee.lish aroma. We had huge cedar tree cut down this year so I have no greens.. well, I could send my Hubbs out into the nearby wilderness, couldn’t I??? I love the little bits and bobs you’ve added too. Very pretty…

    Blessings,
    Spencer

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