Tons of people make their own evergreen holiday decorations for friends, charity, coworkers or as a seasonal business. We decided to go find the very best do-it-yourself (DIY) video tutorials, so you can easily make your own lavish holiday decorations that look and smell like Christmas.
We’ve got DIY wreaths, swags, garlands and centerpieces, all made from evergreen boughs to set the scene for an old fashion family Christmas… or whatever you celebrate this time of year!
This DIY video demonstrates how a 25″ Balsam Fir Mickman Brothers holiday wreath is constructed:
Step-by-step instructions on how to make and decorate your own balsam fir holiday wreath:
Wilson’s Garden Center’s how-to video for making a wreath from fresh evergreen boughs:
Step-by-step video instructions on how to make your own decorative door swags from evergreen branches:
Allen Smith shows us how to make a cedar door swag that starts with an ordinary clothes hanger:
DIY video showing how to make Christmas candle Centerpieces from tree boughs & fresh roses:
Put together an easy, homemade holiday centerpiece using fresh flowers, evergreens, and pine cones:
The Rittners School of Floral Design shows us how to make a Winter evergreen centerpiece with seasonal materials.
How to make a quick an easy homemade centerpiece for Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Step-by-step instructions for how to make a DIY balsam fir garland for mantles and banisters:
We’d love to see what you make from tree boughs for the holidays! Visit us on Facebook to share your pictures or submit your own DIY video or article!
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