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The Eucalyptus Trend: 3 DIY Deco Tips

Eucalyptus is in style! Why not add it to your home?
Un fanion, une couronne et une guirlande; 3 façons faciles d’intégrer l’eucalyptus à votre décor.

Eucalyptus is back in style! You find it everywhere these days: on your plate, in medication, beauty products, essential oils, candles, but why can’t we add it to our decor?

Here are 3 easy ways to add these fragrant leaves to your home.

1. Eucalyptus wall hanging


You will need:

  • Cotton embroidery floss
  • A wooden rod or dowel
  • Thicker, heavier cord (thin rope)
  • Scissors
  • Eucalyptus leaves

Steps to follow:

1. Cut the eucalyptus limbs either into even lengths or according to how you would like them to hang.

2. Begin tying basic loop knots around the tops of the eucalyptus with the cotton floss. Leave a decent amount of thread to attach to the dowel

3. Once all of your eucalyptus branches are threaded, attach to the dowel

4. Then attach your cord to either side of the dowel for hanging and nail it to the wall.

2. Eucalyptus garland


You will need:

  • Cord or string
  • Floral metal wire
  • Floral shears
  • Wire cutters
  • Branches of seeded eucalyptus

Steps to follow:

1. Cut up the eucalyptus into its individual branches while also cutting off any bulky or crazy wayward looking pieces.

2. Attach each branch to the string by wrapping wire all along the main stem.

3. Hang it on the wall, from both ends.

3. Eucalyptus crown


You will need:

  • A metal hanger
  • Metal wire
  • Scissors
  • Eucalyptus branches
  • Fir tree branches (optional)
  • Baby breath branches (optional)

Steps to follow:

1. Unfold the metal hanger to form a circle.

2. Tie the eucalyptus branches to the hanger with the wire, spreading them around the circle.

3. Repeat with the baby breath and fir branches (optional).

4. Put it in the center of the table or hang it on the wall.

You can bet your guests will be charmed, not only by these original decorative creations, but also by the smell!

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