Courtesy of Darice®
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Approximate Time: 30 Minutes
How to Make a Winter Woodland Centerpiece
Want to enjoy a winter pinecone scene without freezing fingers and catching cold cheeks? Make a Winter Woodland Centerpiece that you can enjoy while you're warm and cozy in your home! This floral arrangement features beautiful birch, holiday evergreen and of course pinecones, plus it's a perfect decoration for your dinner table from Christmas until spring.
Fill the cylinder vase with pinecones.
Create birch stick base
Glue 3 birch sticks together, creating a base to work the rest of the arrangement on.
Cut & glue foam
Cut a 3" x 3" x 2" piece of foam and glue it to the center of the birch base.
Cover base with moss
Cover the base with moss, gluing it in place.
Cut & glue stems
Cut the stems on the pine picks in glue into the base as pictured.
Cut & glue poinsettia
Cut stem on the poinsettia and glue into place.
Cut & glue additional birch
If necessary, cut additional birch to shorten, and then glue it coming out of the pine.
Glue the bird onto a birch branch.
Set birch arrangement
Set the birch arrangement on top of the glass cylinder vase.