Are you getting ready for the holidays? Whether you are looking forward to it or not, it’s here. Christmas decor is making its way in the home earlier and earlier every year. I thought I would share with you some life-like Christmas greenery before they sell out. Trust me, the early bird gets the worm.
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I’ve scoured the internet to find you some amazing life-like finds. You will have to touch to tell the difference.
Life-like garland for Christmas
I purchased this garland a couple of weeks ago and set it on the mantel for you to get a peek. The sweeping cedar is a beautiful addition to the mantel. Don’t you think?
You can find the wooden bead garland tutorial here.
Here are a few other garland options which are similar depending on the look you would like to achieve.Faux Magnolia Garland By Terrain in Assorted
Faux Rosemary Garland By Terrain in Assorted
Faux Pine Garland By Terrain in Assorted
Looking for wreaths and branches?
This 16″ Pine Wreath is perfect for a small window, hanging on a door, or would be adorable hanging from the back of a chair.
This 36″ tall pine branch would fit perfectly in a bowl with ornaments, or in a small pot, or on a mantel.
Faux Mixed Greens Wreath By Terrain in Assorted
Faux Cryptomeria Wreath By Terrain in Assorted Size S
More affordable garland options
Last year I purchased This pine garland for the stair railings. I purchased 10 to get the drapey effect I was going for. This was an affordable option, but I felt the single strand wasn’t full enough and needed two garland strands for complete fullness. Instead, I opted for a white willow garland found at AtHOME store.
This pine garland is one that looks real to the touch and would be great on a mantel, tablescape, or draping on a railing.
This pine garland is the garland above.
***This first garland was available yesterday, but now shows “currently unavailable”… ugh! As I said, these are going to fly. I still added the link for you just in case it becomes available again.
I’ve always loved decorating for Christmas, but knew what I wanted was on the expensive side. After purchasing items that weren’t exactly what I wanted due to budget, I decided to make one splurge every year. I then watch sales for must-have items after Christmas. A beautifully curated style is what I strive for. To me, this gives a signature style that is unique to my home.
My hope today is that I gave you some good suggestions for almost real, life-like garland and greenery to fill your home this Christmas. Let me know if there are certain buying guides you have for the season. Do you splurge or shop sales? Do you wait until after the season?
Until next time.
Every. Single. Moment.