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Here are 13 ways to decorate with bottlebrush trees!
We just love those cute little bushy bottlebrush trees. They can be sprinkled about throughout the house in a multitude of ways. Here are 13 ways to decorate with bottlebrush trees for Christmas!
Yesterday, Jenn shared her Bottlebrush Tree Mantel. She used different colors and sizes to fill her mantel.
In this little vignette, I added 3 white bottlebrush trees to a chinoiserie dish. For “snow” I used epsom salt.
Last year I added bottlebrush trees to vintage silver sugar bowls.
This is a miniature champagne bucket. With the addition of bottlebrush trees, it is now super cute decor.
You can use them to make unique ornaments too! Easy DIY Embroidery Hoop Ornaments are simple to make.
You can also make DIY Bottlebrush Christmas Tree Snow Globe Ornaments as well.
You can use color trees too.
Think of using unique containers. This sweet little deer scene was created inside of a Yoplait yogurt jar.
Winter scenes were created from Dollar Tree vases and Mason jars. They were turned upside down on top of wood slices.
We are big fans of glass cloches.
Glass jars too! Just add snow, an ornament, bottlebrush tree and mini pom poms.
You can use a tall jar too.
Here is an example of a winter white village scene.
And a colorful scene looks fabulous as well. I created this using a house ornament, bottlebrush trees and snow.
Using bottlebrush trees in Christmas decor is a lot of fun. Experiment with whatever you have on hand.
- Mason jar
- Candy dish
Ideas for snow:
- Faux snow
- Epsom salt
- Sea salt
- Sugar (if you aren’t worried about ants)
I hope that you have been inspired to use bottlebrush trees in your own Christmas decor!
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