Barb Rosen
Barb Rosen
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  • Wilmington, DE

Winter Window Box Decorating

2 Hours
Easy

Birdhouses, greens and pine cones from the yard plus dried hydrangeas sprayed silver were added to the window box ornamental kale. A little bling for the holidays added the final touch. My window boxes are ready for winter!
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Close up of one of the birdhouse window boxes.
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Close up of one of the birdhouse window boxes. http://pinterest.com/barbrosen/
Winter window box with natural materials from the yard and a birdhouse.
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Winter window box with natural materials from the yard and a birdhouse. http://pinterest.com/barbrosen/
The other front window box with a birdhouse.
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The other front window box with a birdhouse. http://pinterest.com/barbrosen/
Close up of the birdhouse window box.
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Close up of the birdhouse window box. http://pinterest.com/barbrosen/
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  • Barb Rosen
    on Dec 3, 2012

    Some varieties seem to dry better than others, Ellen. These are from a hydrangea paniculata and they just dried right on the bush, I cut them off and sprayed them to use in my arrangements.

  • Valerie
    on Oct 17, 2014

    Now why haven't I thought of that? I take my window boxes down for the holidays and living in FL, I certainly could do this and add some battery pack lights. These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!!!

    • Barb Rosen
      on Oct 17, 2014

      @Valerie ~ glad my window boxes brought you some inspiration! Thanks for writing!

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