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Christmas 2010
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twisty white branches in a jar with fun holiday color ornaments. Easy to do.
Spray paints branches white and decorate
a vase with painted branches, color-coordinated ornaments and some sort of sturdy foundation, like pebbles or rice.
tree branches to the mix. While you can buy these branches from your local florist, you can also create your own by stripping back tree branches and s
tree, opt for this cute, bite-size one instead. Fill a vase with painted branches, color-coordinated ornaments and some sort of sturdy foundation, like pebbles
spray-painting them. Once you have carefully arranged the branches in the vase, add a few of last year’s baubles, and you are ready to go.
Use my old ornaments on a tree branch.
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boho chic bedroom
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also used those for the branch curtain rods! :)
Hi How did you secure the branch to the wall?? I just got a manzanita branch to use as a jewelry holder
Mirror and jewelry branch. Also photos that show in the mirror
with this gorgeous home-made jewellery stand. Simply spray-paint a sturdy branch in white, silver or copper, and hang all your pretty trinkets from the twigs
White jewelry branch with large mirror...branch for jewelry and large mirror
“Like the big mirror in corner and the stool” — mardonnelly
Louise de Miranda
A perfectly pale interior with Nordic influences
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found branches in star shape with lights. Could even use freshly cut branches to add green.
How about making your own tree branch star, like the one shown here, and wrapping it in fairy lights?
make the branch star and string with white lights
in neutral tones. We get a sense that the natural-colored reindeer and handmade stick star are Christmas themed, even without the traditional red and green
wooden star. Aggy cut the found branches to equal lengths and attached the ends with string. To give the dark branches a pale look, she diluted white paint
illuminated wooden star. Aggy cut the branches to equal lengths and attached the ends with string. To give the dark branches a pale look, she diluted white paint
“Twig star” — lizwilkinson1
Planet Fur
The sparkin' new home
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Do you know which kind of trees to look for to find a similar branch to yours? i mean i am really a nature ignorant :S
Hahaha, no idea what kind of branch this one belonged to, but ivy looks similar!
This bare branch looks charming and contemporary when hung with vibrant handmade decorations, shiny baubles and clip-on neon birds.
decorative branch makes me think of adventure! Just imagine the fun you could have while hunting for the perfect collection of twigs or branches with your
A few pretty branches provide a good spot for hanging ornaments all year long.
ng trail of dead pine needles? Try mixing it up a bit and use a set of branches in a vase to display your ornaments.Small and large versions of this modern
Where can I find a branch like that?...get a good branch and hang
“beau” — perrinehouy
Melissa Condotta | Folklore Studio
calm and cool
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Plain branches are a great alternative
Plain branches are a great alternative to fresh blooms, and they certainly last longer. Just make sure they aren't collecting dust after awhile.
fresh branches...branch floral arrangement...Chic branches, yet still...branches in vase...Bouquet of branches...Branch under chandelier
“Silver” — laurenuf
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
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KitchenLab
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Where is best place to get pussy willow branches
Simple arrangements of branches in silver containers
presence. The branches, glass chandelier and cloches have an icy appearance that is befitting of the environment suggested by the painting.
Tip: Simple arrangements of branches in silver containers adorn any winter-time table
blooming branches. Forsythia, pussy willow, quince, winter honeysuckle and redbud are all good branches to force to bloom early. Collect long branches, cut
Regular to amplePlace cut branches in water and set them in a sunny window. Or simply wait until spring and enjoy the branches in the garden.
the side table. The painting has a peaceful, yet mysterious presence. The branches, glass chandelier and cloches have an icy appearance that is befitting
Christmas branch in vase on table
“Gray screen” — shannynbyu
Becky Harris
Atlanta Holiday House 2009
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What kind of branches are these and where can I get them? Thanks!
CRAFTs that had branches that I am going to use. I was going nuts because I relly wanted to replicate the look and those kind if branches are not found in
I did something very similar with branches in my own yard and sprayed them with whith flat spray. And sometimes I adorned them with little white led lights
Hang silver ornaments on Christmas branches.
bush that we decorated with ornaments, but my favorite is still the bare branches with minimal ornaments.
Notice that even on this tree, balls are carefully hung inside along the branches, not just on the outside. (Can you tell I think this is really important
is similar to minimalism, but it uses either a diminutive tree or bare branches and just a few ornaments to make merry.
“branches” — tracyjbk
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Garden Room Entrance.
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distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9). Many of its pliable, draping branches are intentionally left intact so the visitor has to physically part them
from door frames in the 1960s. Because the visitor must interact with the branches to gain access to the garden, a strong initial impression is created.
distichum‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9). Many of its pliable, draping branches are intentionally left intact so the visitor has to physically part them
distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9). Many of its pliable, draping branches are intentionally left intact so the visitor has to physically part them
from door frames in the 1960s. Because the visitor must interact with the branches to gain access to the garden, a strong initial impression is created.
“weeping bald cypress (Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’, USDA zones 4 to 9)” — Barbara Du Mond
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