how to decorate a christmas vase with the eucalyptus wreath
This looks great in the middle of a table or on a windowsill for some classy Christmas style. Using faux flowers and foliage, you can use this display year after year.
You will need:
- A set of battery powered Wreath Lights
- A glass vase, such as our Glass Jar Vase
- A plate slightly wider than the neck of the vase
- Everlasting Eucalptus Wreath
- Faux flowers such as our Hellebore Sprays
- A large candle
- Florist's Tac to secure the candle
How to get the look:
- Spread out a set of battery Wreath Lights in the body of the vase and turn it on. I like using our Glass Jar Vase, as the lights shine gently through the bronze-effect lustre.
- Find a plate to fit on top of the vase, a little wider than the vase's neck. This then gives you a ledge on which you can balance the wreath.
- Rest the Eucalptus Wreath on the plate and thread through faux flowers – like the Hellebore Sprays I've chosen here. You can also add long-lasting druit, nutes or pine cones, nestled in or wired on to the wreath.
- Finally, place a whopper candle in the centre of the wreath, sitting on the plate. If you're worried this might topple over, attach it with a couple of little nuggets of Florist's Tac.
- Once the evening is over, carefully lift off the plate from the top of the vase to turn off the wreath lights.
You may also like Sarah's instructions on how to create a Nero Vase Christmas Centrepiece, or ideas to create Christmas Decorations with our Heart-shaped Bird Feeder.