You won't find a trace of tinsel on this tree. Dried flowers and a few strands of white lights make stunning holiday display.
To get this look, first cover the tree with tiny white lights, filling up obvious gaps between branches with dried hydrangeas. Next, start at the top of the tree with smaller flowers and work your way down with the larger ones. For bigger impact, bunch smaller slowers together by wrapping them with florist tape. This beautiful tree took two days to decorate.
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