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#1 Decor overhead |||| If you have a hanging light fixture or chandelier, attach white-tipped pinecones with slender wire or fishing line for a wintery look. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #6 Cranberry glow |||| For quick holiday color, surround a cranberry-color candle inside a glass cylinder with fresh cranberries. Add a few sparkly ornaments around the base, and you’re done! Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #4 Bountiful bowl |||| Layer pinecones, rose hips, dried pomegranates, sweetgum pods and moss for this easy look. Tip Use materials from your garden first, then accent with others shown here (available at crafts stores or through your local florist). Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #3 Make cranberry ice |||| Freeze cranberries in just enough water to cover them; add pieces to your ice bucket. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #2 Lantern light |||| Surround lanterns with fresh greenery and pine cones for a classic, elegant centerpiece.  Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #10 Bright spot |||| Bring a woodland scene inside. Gather bare branches from the garden, and arrange them in a narrow glass vase filled with artificial snow. More “snow” (cotton tufts) drifts on branches. Cardinals alight as if to gather the bright berries that we cut from faux sprays and wired on. Give the birds another landing spot with a nest on the sill. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #7 Easy-fill ornaments |||| Nestle special “ingredients” inside ball ornaments for thoughtful, budget-friendly party favors or decorations. You can use wintry natural materials like we did, or let your imagination fly. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #9 Firebox finery |||| Wrap wide green ribbon in bands around a square vase, then fill with decorated winterberry branches. Simple red votives with white candles provide a glow at a safe distance. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living #8 Easy fruit box |||| Use a wooden box to serve as a centerpiece. Fill the base with dry floral foam, then tuck mixed evergreens throughout. Attach citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and limes, to floral picks, and tuck them into the greenery. For the clove patterns, use a pencil to draw spirals or other designs on an orange, then poke whole cloves into the skin at evenly spaced points. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living
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#8 Easy fruit box |||| Use a wooden box to serve as a centerpiece. Fill the base with dry floral foam, then tuck mixed evergreens throughout. Attach citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and limes, to floral picks, and tuck them into the greenery. For the clove patterns, use a pencil to draw spirals or other designs on an orange, then poke whole cloves into the skin at evenly spaced points. Ideas for Natural Holiday Decor | Midwest Living
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