|Images via Better Homes and Gardens (left) and Southern Accents (right).|
Both of the topiary designs above are a breeze to create, and they look so festive in mass displays. I'm particularly fond of the simplicity of evergreens in the silver goblets. Stunning!
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I have been meaning to try my hand at assembling a cinnamon stick topiary like the one above. It looks so simple, yet it has a lovely, classic styling that has year-round appeal.
|Image via The Inspired Room.|
I love to use my vintage loving cups any chance I get. I may just get them together for a Christmas display in my kitchen, too.
Who says that topiaries are only made of plant material. The photos above feature glass ornaments and a lot of hot glue finesse. Images via Calfinder (left) and Fingerprints on the Fridge (right).
Mini ornaments at the base of a topiary (below) add a festive holiday touch.
|Image via Better Homes and Gardens.|
Outside, there are limitless possibilities for Christmas topiary decorations, from rustic and nature-inspired designs to humorous and colorful interpretations.
|Image via Nest Full of Eggs.|
|Image via My Home Ideas.|
|Image via That Village House.|
My own topiary creations have no holiday theme, but I do use them in my Christmas decor. In a previous post, I shared my big topiary project (shown below.)
|Image of my handmade topiaries. Photo by Alamodeus.|
But, I've also made small topiaries (shown below) that move around the house throughout the year. During the holidays they become part of my mantel decor.
|Photo of my handmade topiaries. Image via Alamodeus.|