CRE­ATE A EU­CA­LYP­TUS GAR­LAND FOR YOUR TA­BLE

Country Sampler Autumn Decorating SIP 2018 - - Inside - DE­SIGNED AND PHO­TOGRAPHED BY ANN DRAKE OF ONSUTTONPLACE.COM.

This eu­ca­lyp­tus ta­ble decor is sim­ple to make with in­struc­tions from Ann Drake at On Sut­ton Place. Start by cut­ting a piece of ¼" twine or rope to match the length of your ta­ble. Lay the twine length­wise on a flat sur­face. Gather two or three branches of fresh or dried seeded eu­ca­lyp­tus and at­tach to one end of the twine with a 5" length of flo­ral wire. Wire on ad­di­tional eu­ca­lyp­tus bunches, mak­ing sure to cover the wires, un­til you reach the end of your twine. Ar­range the gar­land down the cen­ter of your ta­ble and fill in with more eu­ca­lyp­tus if nec­es­sary. Nes­tle a few vel­vet pump­kins and birch can­dles among the sil­very-green leaves as a fin­ish­ing touch.

GAR­LAND 101

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