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Ideas, hints and tips to transform
your table for Christmas with a
festive centrepiece

Christmas centerpieces
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How to make a Christmas
centrepiece in 4 easy steps

Before you start, you'll need...

Oasis foam  |   Bowl of water  |  Secateurs  |  Needle tool
3x berry & cone sprigs  |  3x foliage  |  3x Christmas flowers
0.56mm reel wire  |  Large pillar candle   |  Decorative bowl

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Step 1

Step 1

Assemble your flowers and foliage and cut the oasis block to fit your decorative
bowl before soaking in water for 10 minutes. Hint - if using a candle, cut a 3cm
deep well in the oasis the same diameter of the candle before soaking.

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Step 2

Step 2

Cut the stems of the foliage at an angle and remove excess
leaves before starting to insert into the foliage.
Hint - place your stems in a circle shape so you can see the formation
of the display before piercing the oasis.

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Step 3

Step 3

Add your candle so you can gauge how high you can arrange
the flowers and berries,and cut the stems of the flowers at an angle
before placing between the foliage. If using clumps of berries,
wrap the stems in florist tape to make one stem.

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Step 4

Step 4

If you have cones or baubles, thread wire through then
trim and twist the ends to make individual picks and insert between
the foliage and flowers. Once complete, display on the table and water
every few days to keep the oasis damp.

Make a centrepiece
using mason jars

Divide one of our bunches and place in mason
cars, among candles for an atmospheric and
modern take on the classic Christmas table. It’s
a great way to add interest to a table and create unique
assortments of your own

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Trend Modern metallics

Modern metallics

Simple, modern and elegant - metallics grow
in popularity every year. Tap into this trend
- purchase baubles and embellish a simple
centrepiece with something special.