How to Decorate at Christmas With Rose Hip Branches
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What I love about this time of year is bringing nature into the house for decorating, because it’s beautiful and mostly free.
Don’t you love rose hip branches? Pottery Barn sells them, and they are beautiful, but I bet you can find a local biz that will sell the fresh live branches to you. Or, better yet, find a local bush that you could trim some from yourself.
Nothing is better than real (I’m not a big fan of the faux red berry branches).
Last year I had fun arranging them in our home.
This year I bought double the amount of branches and used them in different ways.
It’s also elegant to decorate a simple table.
How about the window sill?
Little bit of dessert stylin’.
Add to your beverage area if you’re hosting a party.
One simple branch along with a curly willow branch.
Hang glass tea light vases from the branches.
Last night I took a quick picture of my kitchen counter.
I wrote about bringing the great outdoors (and greenery) in last year.
And look what my friend Kristin made and brought to my house. Beautiful. I love handmade gifts!
But this year I’m all about the rose hips.
What kind of natural items do you use for decorating at Christmas?
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