If you like bottle brush trees, then this simple bottle brush Christmas tree vignette is sure to make you smile. It only takes about five minutes to assemble and it’s portable. Keep scrolling for my helpful tip of securing the trees, so you can move the vignette easily from counter to table or wherever.
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How To Make A Bottle Brush Christmas Tree Vignette
Supplies For Bottle Brush Vignette
Arrange bottle brush trees on a tray. Then using clear florist tape secure each tree to the tray by taping over the tree stand.
Regular tape will also work but florist tape is easy to remove and the narrow width easier to work with. Once the trees are secure, the tray can be moved without the arrangement toppling over.
Scatter faux snow over the base of the trees, then add a string of battery operated fairy lights.
Of course the iconic car with a bottle brush Christmas tree tied on top can’t help but bring out the kid in all of us. Who can resist a bright red VW Bug?!
When I first thought of making the bottle brush tree arrangement, I wanted something easy to move off the coffee table. Our grandson is almost a year old and walking everywhere. Yikes! I love holiday decorations on the coffee table, but the necessity of being able to move an arrangement in a moments notice is pretty handy.
Holiday Entry Table
Your probably wondering why I’m showing photos of the entry table. Well, I ended up placing the bottle brush Christmas trees on the entry table, because I love how the arrangement looks in front of the chart map. The scale and colors of the trees just seem to work better in here.
As for the coffee table… I’m working on it.
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For more Christmas decorating ideas see the post Add Sparkle To Your Holiday With Simple Vignettes.
Thanks so much for stopping by, to see how I’m keeping the decorating simple this year!
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