Holiday urn with birch branches bought birch branches today at Ridgeway nursery starting these on the weekend   :)

Holiday urn with birch branches bought birch branches today at Ridgeway nursery starting these on the weekend :)

Snow Day in a Jar Birch Branch Arrangement, Buffalo snow, pine cone, pine stems, birch stems, winter floral via @madeinaday

Snow Day in a Jar Birch Branch Arrangement

Snow Day in a Jar Birch Branch Arrangement, Buffalo snow, pine cone, pine stems, birch stems, winter floral via @madeinaday

Have an extra string of Christmas lights? Here are 20 ways to decorate your home for the holidays using Christmas lights.: DIY Birch Branches Planter

20 DIY Ways to Decorate for the Holidays With Christmas Lights

Have an extra string of Christmas lights? Here are 20 ways to decorate your home for the holidays using Christmas lights.

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Decorating with Birch

DIY white birch candle holders in glass hurricanes. Remember that birch bark is extremely flammable to use Candle Impressions Tea Lights or Votives as your flameless light source!

Simple with cedar, looks like some boxwood maybe and some birch bows.

Simple with cedar, looks like some boxwood maybe and some birch bows.- for outside of church to add color to an all white building

I love the frosty look of my birch branch winter woodland tablescape. Especially with a bit of whimsy at each table setting.

Birch Branch Winter Woodland Tablescape

Gorgeous Birch Branch Winter Woodland Tablescape Centerpiece featuring pine cones, birch logs, book page snowflakes and candles. check out the pretty place settings, too!

Birch branches lit with string of tiny lights gathered in rustic barrel by Tanateel | Stocksy United

birch branches lit with string of tiny lights gathered together in rustic barrel against barn wall as winter decoration

BIRCH STARS: You’ll need an electric drill, two- to three-inch drywall screws and, per star, five lengths of birch branches cut to equal lengths. The most important tool is a masonry bit for your drill.

BIRCH STARS: You’ll need an electric drill, two- to three-inch drywall screws and, per star, five lengths of birch branches cut to equal lengths. The most important tool is a masonry bit for your drill.

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