How to make a Christmas arrangement for headstone

That has a cone shaped holder. I’d love to make one for my husband that passed away in April. Thank you And God bless.

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  • Tammy Tammy on Nov 04, 2017
    I always use poinsettia and pine boughs to decorate my grandparents. It's traditional but looks nice in the snow. God's strength in your loss.
  • Kauai Breeze Kauai Breeze on Nov 04, 2017
    That is very easy! You can use natural pine branches (if available) or artificial pine branches from the craft store. Make a small bouquet and add some artificial flowers, twigs, ribbon, or whatever pleases you. Once you have it arranged tie a string tightly around the stems to hold them together. Then just place it in the holder. If it is in a windy place, I add gravel around the stems once I put the flower in.
  • Robyn Garner Robyn Garner on Nov 04, 2017
    You could do a silk flower arrangement but be sure it's anchored well into the planter w/ styrofoam, etc. Also, remove it in a timely manner so it doesn't fade, fall apart, etc. Blessings to you today and always!
  • UTAHGAL UTAHGAL on Nov 04, 2017
    i have always used a small decorated christmas tree for my grave decoration, also my husband wore boots and when he passed away i took an old worn out pair and treated them with snow save and baked them in the oven so the weather would not ruin them and then i filled them halfway full of gravel and put silk roses in each of them and i had drilled holes in the sides of the soles and wired them together and i got so many compliments from people we knew it was amazing plus the silk roses was the one flower he loved.
  • Castrang17 Castrang17 on Nov 04, 2017
    Evergreen branches and a red bow. I have also seen the branches tied with your favorite man’s tie or the branches adorned with special ornaments (small tools or footballs) tied on with red ribbon. Thinking of you.
  • UTAHGAL UTAHGAL on Nov 05, 2017
    am blessed to know someone might like what i done for my husbands grave thank you!
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