Faux Flower Branches

When it comes to buying faux floral stems, it seems the options are to settle for plastic-y looking stems or pay absurd prices like $40 per stem! Mary from At Home on the Bay found a way around the dilemma by gluing the blooms from inexpensive craft store stems onto tree branches for a much more realistic look. Mary is so right when she says, “The sticks add that natural element that is missing from the plastic stems.”

faux quince branch

Mary was inspired by the Faux Quince Branch from Pottery Barn.

pottery barn faux quince branch

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Comments

  1. What a fabulous idea! I have been using branches to hold Christmas balls and shells, but the idea of flowers simply evaded me. It’s such a great way to convert a Christmas item to something that can be used all year, and inexpensively, too!

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