A Winter Tablescape from Yard Clippings

Limbs cut from a birch branch in her yard have been fueling Diane’s craft projects all winter long.  Let’s take a look at the latest projects she shared at her blog, An Extraordinary Day.

An Extraordinary Day birch branches before

Diane confesses that she hates being outside in cold and ice, so she works hard to bring the things that make winter beautiful indoors.  This tablescape is an example of that, much of it put together with items that came from her yard.  She used some of the birch branches to create a basket-like centerpiece filled with pinecones and candles.  Other branches were sliced and turned into rustic napkin rings.  Thicker slices became fun little place holders/favors.  The mix of natural decor creates a really lovely display for winter.

An Extraordinary Day birch branches after

Visit An Extraordinary Day to get more details on how Diane turned ordinary birch branches into a fanciful winter woodland tablescape.

Comments

  1. Beckie…you just made my day!!! Thank you so much for featuring my birch branch tablescape. I had fun at Christmas time putting together a birch branch “wreath.” And just last week shared my winter mantel decorated with….
    wait for it…..

    birch branches!!!
    Seriously….who knew a girl could have so much fun with birch branches?!!!
    Again…thanks, Beckie for blessing me in this most Extraordinary way!!
    ~Diane

    • Beckie says:

      Aww, thanks for all the love, Diane! I’m glad you enjoyed your feature. You’ve done a ton with those branches–great job!

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