10-minute DIY holiday floral arrangement


Christmas is my favorite holiday of the year, and the one season I actually bother adjusting my home decor for. Sunday was spent shopping at Michael’s (and Homegoods, TJMaxx, Target, etc) for holiday decor, and I was able to put together a festive floral arrangement for our foyer.  Yes, it took me just around 10 minutes to put this holiday decor together. I’m no flower arrangement master, but here are some of my tips: Pick no more than 3 colors Think about the color scheme, and select 2-3 focal colors (green doesn’t count!). You might be able to get away with more, but I …

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  1. Lucy says:

    I love Christmas and any excuse to decorate the house. These are lovely floral decorations. I love poinsettia the are so pretty Lucy x

  2. Uglyfish says:

    This is fantastic, it looks stunning! The colours you’ve picked are so festive too, excellent choices! I’m lacking it the creative flair to do something as pretty as this, but with these tips I’m willing to give it a go!

  3. Cat says:

    The floral arrangement came out great! It’s pretty and perfect for the holiday season :) Good tips too! I tend to only use a couple colors. I find it’s hard to get a good balance when you have too many. I agree that the accent pieces are important too.

    I made a few for my house and have been meaning to do more. I’ve been buying my flowers at Joann because I’m usually there for something else already (like fabric). They tend to have a lot of sales and coupons too!

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you Cat! I didn’t know Joann sold flowers too – I thought they just carried fabrics O: There’s one nearby my house that I’ll have to checkout from now on :)

  4. aisling says:

    This is super cute! I am getting excited to decorate my flat even though I am the only person who will see it and I’m going away for Christmas, haha.

    Aisling | aisybee.com

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you Aisling! We don’t have many guests over either, but it makes me (and my husband…I think, haha) happy when I see the festive decor, so that’s all that matters :P

  5. Connie Bea says:

    Ahh! I can’t wait to start decorating for the holidays. I typically start the day after Thanksgiving (a family tradition of mine).

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    • Jenny says:

      Most people do start after Thanksgiving, but I couldn’t wait! Plus I didn’t have any Thanksgiving or fall decorations up, but I figured why not ;)