11 – 16. Other decorative elements for a stunning Christmas planter.
A classic urn planter filled with evergreens and berries is beautiful as Christmas outdoor decorations. (Source: 13 )
There is so much variations even in evergreen branches. The above winter planter has cedar, pine, and fir all mixed together beautifully. ( Source: 16 )
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17 & 18. Artful mix of colors and textures.
From silver green Spruce to forest green Fir, from burgundy red Dogwood to bright red Holly, nature offers an infinite range of colors and textures for our Christmas outdoor decorations and winter planters! ( Source: 17 )
A great video tutorial below on how to make a gorgeous Christmas planter!
19 & 20. Let it glow .
21 & 22. Window box planters.
23 & 24. Fall and winter planter transitions.
Ornamental cabbage, kale, pansies and daisies are cold hardy plants which are great to plant when the weather is transitioning from fall to winter, or winter to spring. They thrive all winter in warmer climates. ( Source: 23 | 24 )
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In addition to the planters, here are some more creative DIY outdoor Christmas decoration ideas for you!
Happy creating! See you next week!