Moss Topiaries and Dining Room Tablescape
Here is our dining room table and a few quick and easy projects you can do.
I wanted it to be warm, inviting, but not the usual gold and glitz I tend to lean towards for Christmas. I went with neutrals and green.
I started with two blank topiary forms. One with a stick and a basic cone shape. I also used an existing topiary I already had that was a bit too fake looking, I got the idea here. I painted the first two green, and hot glued reindeer moss on top of all three. It took about 3 1/2 bags for all three forms, so I had a grapevine ball and in patches glued the remainder of the moss to.
I primed and painted over 3 of them.
(I only used one on this table scape, and have scattered the other two throughout the house)
The finial was a dollar store tree topper repainted.
And this fantastic dollar store votive holder!
Old books, sticks and moss balls.
The dollar store trees tarnished .
A close up of the grapevine with random bits of moss glued.
A fantastic glittered feather(Dollar tree score!).
This silver reindeer candelabra reminds me of the Pottery Barn version for $130.
It makes mine a steal at $5 at a local thrift store!