You can still make these amazing decorations – or at least get ideas for next year!

Today’s GPOD comes from Cherry Ong:
Here are some handmade evergreen wreaths and other holiday florals. I wanted to make something different so I used square wreath forms. The goodies are part home-grown and part store-bought. I wish I had an acreage garden where I could grow more goodies, but that's the way the cookie crumbles.

I use the leftovers to make floral arrangements. I find that they last if they are situated in cooler areas of the home. I also try to use some interesting containers like an old IKEA lantern with floral foam to support these goodies with surprisingly pleasing results. These wreaths and florals make great holiday gifts.

For the easiest holiday arrangements, my go-to combo is pinecones and reindeer moss. Pinecones come in so many interesting shapes and sizes and can be easily collected during the summer months. I hope you all get a chance to spread Christmas cheer through your gardens.

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