Good morning! Remember this DIY fall floral wall planter I posted a couple of months ago? I took them to work to hang on my wall. Well, today we are decorating the building for Christmas so it was time to swap the fall decor with some red and green for the season!
It really is a fun tradition that I’m looking forward to participating in this year! All of the assistants bring a Christmas treat to share, eat a catered lunch, and then deck the halls with decor!
I’m taking some decorations to put up in my office, as well, including the updated wall planters. I thought I’d share the process of making the swap from one season to another!
Christmas Floral Wall Planter – What you’ll need:
Metal wall planter (I purchased mine on clearance at Hobby Lobby. You can find similar ones here.)
Floral foam block (You can find it here)
Floral wire picks (Like these here)
An assortment of Christmas floral stems like evergreen, pinecones, and berries
First I removed the fall florals and put them in a storage tub for safekeeping until next fall. Opting to reuse the foam saved money!
At Hobby Lobby, I purchased two sprigs of berries, a long stem of evergreen and some smaller stems that had been grouped together like the logs and frosted pinecones. I picked up three of that particular grouping, two for the large planter and one for the small one.
I started with the large planter and placed the two groupings of pinecones, logs, and evergreen on either side of the planter. Next, I cut off a large piece from the longer stem of evergreen and placed it in the center. Then I cut one of the berry stems in a half and placed one on either side in between the log groupings and evergreen.
I used a grouping of pinecones and smaller pieces of evergreen to fill in the rest and make it look nice and full.
Time for the small wall planter! I placed the log and pinecone grouping in the center of the small planter. I cut two pieces of evergreen and placed one on either side and did the same with the other berry stem. Again, I used a pinecone and pieces of evergreen to fill in thin spots. I used the floral wire to make some of the evergreen pieces longer when needed.
That’s it! Here they are all done! Super easy!
I love these wall planters! It’s so nice to be able to use them year-round and just change out the floral pieces with the seasons.
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you are gearing up to have a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family! Have a blessed day!
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