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Holiday Floral Arrangement Ideas

Need holiday flower ideas? Check out these three festive options.

Holiday Floral Arrangement Ideas
Create a serene winter tableau with this simple arrangement: birch bark wrapped around glass cylinders filled with plants found easily in the winter. Trimmings from the holiday tree and scented geranium leaves snipped from a houseplant accentuate the amaryllis blooms.

You Will Need:

  • Glass cylinder vases of varying sizes
  • Scissors
  • Birch-bark sheets
  • Amaryllis blooms
  • Greenery (e.g. tree trimmings) 


  1. Cut birch bark to fit around 3 cylindrical glass vases of various sizes, adding an inch to the circumference. Secure bark with knotted twine.
  2. Cut stems to different lengths, and arrange amaryllis, boughs and leaves asymmetrically. 
  3. Stagger vases and surround them with boxwood and pinecones.

Two more holiday arrangement ideas:

White flowers in a vase with cranberries

Cranberry Vase

Cranberries are a staple of the holiday table, but few of us know them other than as a relish or jelly. Keep these native fruits in view by using them as a flower frog instead of pebbles or marbles in a clear vase; they will hold stems in place for about a week. Use hard cranberries and wash them well before submerging in water.
White vintage vases with winter flowers

Wintry Centrepiece

Use a combination of vintage and contemporary vessels to hold white spider mums, seeded eucalyptus, and branches lightly frosted with silver floral spray paint. For a change of scene, line containers down the middle of a table

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