DECORATING WITH FAUX GREENS- You can create beautiful and real looking Christmas arrangement using faux greens. Here's how...

GREAT TIPS FOR CHOOSING AND DECORATING WITH FAUX CHRISTMAS GREENERY

Faux greens can add a ton of festive charm to your holiday décor by adding them to vases, baskets, mantels and more.

Greenery staples such as pine, magnolia, eucalyptus and juniper make for stunning holiday greenery arrangements.

Your Seasonal Greenery Just Got Even More Stylish

Greenery staples such as pine, magnolia, eucalyptus and juniper make for stunning holiday greenery arrangements.

Let’s face it, getting a Christmas tree can almost wreak havoc on our bank account, especially if you like your Christmas tree filled with expensive garlands and ornaments. And if you’re thinking of going for a large, 7 to 8 feet tall tree, then you’ll need even more decorative items to fill it....

26 Inexpensive Christmas Tree Decoration Ideas

For the buffet table in the dining room. Evergreen Branches with ornaments in oversize jars and vases, a good alternative to miniature trees - Good Housekeeping 2014

Turn the wall above your fireplace into a gallery of greenery. Hang wreaths in a row, or form them into a loose grouping—whatever arrangement suits your space and your fancy.

7 Simple and Beautiful Holiday Greenery Ideas

Tree alternative- Turn the wall above your fireplace into a gallery of greenery. Hang wreaths in a row, or form them into a loose grouping—whatever arrangement suits your space and your fancy.

Learn the two simple tricks on how to make your fresh christmas trees, greenery, garlands, and wreaths last longer and from drying out during the holidays from FrySauceandGrits.com

How to Prevent Holiday Fresh Greenery from Drying Out

Learn how to keep fresh christmas trees, greenery, wreaths, & garlands last three/four months during the holidays with these 2 easy steps!

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Love Christmas decor

How to Make a DIY Holiday Kissing Ball with Fresh Greenery

How to Make a DIY Holiday Kissing Ball with Fresh Greenery(soak ball in water first, and use denser foam ball)

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