If you’ve seen my Winter Woodland Christmas Tree or my recent Christmas mantle makeover with my Distressed Wooden Chalkboard, you probably know how obsessed I am this year with deer and rustic, nature inspired decor. With all my new Christmas decor and a more neutral color pallet I discovered some of my flower arrangements just don’t work any more. So today, I’m going to share my latest DIY project, a Birch Wood Floral Cube Arrangement.
I partnered with FloraCraft® for their Christmas Blitz and had so much fun picking a project from their Christmas e-book. I knew immediately when I saw the Gold-Dipped Cube Arrangement that it would be a perfect addition to my Christmas decor. I love that you can find tons of inspiration in the Christmas e-book, but you can personalize the projects to fit your decor. Here is what you’ll need to recreate this cube arrangement.
- FloraCraft® Make It: Fun® Foam: Cube: 5”
- Wrapping Paper: Birch Tree Print
- (3) Large Magnolia Stems
- Small Pine Branch Sprigs
- Gold Floral Stems
- Deer Antler (from Christmas floral section)
- Low-Temp Glue Gun
- Modge Podge
- Wire Cutters
1. Tear 2” strips of birch paper. Glue strips to cover the foam cube, slightly overlapping each strip.
2. Cut the stems of the pine branches and magnolias. Start by inserting the three magnolias into the top of the cube.
3. Glue in the pine sprigs and twigs filling in between the magnolias. Add the deer antler in the center.
I love my new floral arrangement and think it works perfectly with my rustic woodland decor. Make sure you check out the FloraCraft® Christmas e-book for lots of other great projects and inspiration for making the holidays extraordinary!