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Decorate with berries and rosehips


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Berries and rosehips are booming at this time of the year. We transform the treasures of nature in bouquets, wreaths and Co.

You need this:

  • Frischblumen-Steckmasse (craft shop)
  • square glass vase (Depot / Butlers)
  • astilbe
  • Cartilage carrots in red
  • snowberries
  • Mohnkapseln
  • Mini rose hips
  • moss
  • Schleich animals (toys)
  • knife
  • Bowl of water

It's that easy:

1. Cut the plug-in compound to match the glass vessel. Slowly soak in a bowl of water to prevent air pockets. Place in the middle of the glass jar and put flowers and berries in different heights. Cover the plug with moss.

2. Place the Schleich animals in the moss.

That's what you need for the berry wreath:

  • glass berry
  • Snowberry
  • Minihagebutte
  • Celastrus (orange berries)
  • myrte
  • Wire ring about 40 cm in diameter
  • Tortenplatte
  • Porcelain Hirsch
  • secateurs

It's that easy:

1. Cut berries. Put together a few stems and attach them to the wire ring with myrtle wire. Make berries scaly again and again and tie with wire until the circle is closed.

2. Lay the wreath on a cake plate and put the stag in the middle.

You need this for the bouquet with rose hips:

  • Rosehips Multiflora, Canana, Rugosa, Amazing, Fantasy (maybe order from the florist)
  • vase
  • secateurs
  • knife

It's that easy:

1. Free the stems of rose hips from excess green.

2. Assemble rose hips to a mixed bouquet, making the stems spirally.

3. Shorten the bouquet with the rose scissors to vase length.

4. Cut the ends of the stems diagonally for better water absorption.

5. Put the bouquet loose in the water-filled vase.

This is what you need for the foliage wreath:

  • Leaves (Spitzeiche)
  • rose hip
  • Rugosa and Multiflora
  • straw Romans
  • floral wire
  • secateurs
  • wire cutter

It's that easy:

Put 2-3 leaves and rose hips together and wrap the tufts in a shingled pattern with binding wire around the straw wreath until the circle is closed.

You need this:

  • Rosehip branches (Rugosa)
  • tray
  • apples
  • secateurs

It's that easy:

1. Cut the rose hip branches with the rose scissors.

2. Place rose hips in a tray.

3. Drape apples on the rosehips.

You need this for the berry heart:

  • Gerbera wire (plug wire)
  • snowball
  • different types of rose hip
  • Snowberry
  • euonymus
  • honesty
  • satin ribbon
  • side cutter
  • secateurs
  • scissors

It's that easy:

1. Make a heart shape out of the wire.

2. Cut berries. Put together a few stems and attach them with myrtle wire to the wire heart. Make berries scaly again and again and tie with wire until the circle is closed.

3. Tie a satin ribbon to the garland to hang it.

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