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Year-Round Giving: Bring Outside Color Inside

November 20, 2013

Bring Outside Color Inside



Bring the outside fall seasonal colors indoors. I absolutely love the deep red color on the Japanese Maple during the fall season. I have this gorgeous tree on my property but unfortunately, I do not have a view of my Maple from the house. So I decided to bring some of these gorgeous red leaves inside along with some evergreens.The maple leaves usually keep their shape for about 12-24 hours after being cut. Soon the leaves start to curl and wilt so keep your decorating simple. Replace leaves as needed.The evergreens last about a month before needing to be changed out.

I picked up some vases at the thrift store for a quarter a piece. I think the red leaves look stunning in this white vase. 



I also had two decorative votive candle holders that I pushed together. I cut off small Cedar and Spruce branches and mixed those with Japanese Maple leaves. That created a beautiful centerpiece for my dining room table. 

I also cut some long branches off my Spruce in my back yard and put them in vases. These branches gave nice height to my mantels around the house.

I hope you enjoyed these simple decorating tips to bring some outdoor Fall color inside this season.



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