DIY Apple Topiary for the Holidays


Try this easy and festive Centerpiece for the Holidays. See full tutorial here http://www.brightboldbeautiful.com/2012/10/19/holiday-centerpiece-ideas-apple-tree/
DIY Apple + Boxwood Topiary for the Holidays
What you need: apples, boxwood clippings, graduated wood block
Place your apples around the wood block
Fill the open spaces with your boxwood clippings
Place on your table as the Centerpiece for #Thanksgiving and #Christmas

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  • Vic28259278
    Vic28259278
    on Sep 1, 2017

    how did you make wooden cylinders?
  • Ardale
    Ardale
    on Sep 8, 2017

    Love your centerpiece! I would like to know if your apples oozed juice on your table since they are all pierced with nails? I'd also like to know how you attached your boxwood clippings so they don't fall out when moving your centerpiece and finally I'd like to know where in the world did you find your wooden cone??? I'd like to make one of these to use as my Christmas dining table centerpiece this year! Are the apples still edible to bake with once the holidays are over?
  • Cheryl Wenninger
    Cheryl Wenninger
    on Sep 5, 2020

    Where did you find the green/white candles in this project?

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  • Ajs10760214
    Ajs10760214
    on Aug 30, 2017

    Beautiful! A very "Williamsburg" look. I did this years ago, but used artificial apples and was fortunate enough to find an artificial pineapple (the colonial symbol of hospitality) to place on top. Greens inbetween the apples like you did and I had an authentic Colonial period look for my table.
  • Becky Partain
    Becky Partain
    on Aug 30, 2017

    BEAUTIFUL!!! Love it!!
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