You can make a Christmas centerpiece fuller with the addition of pine. Again, strip the needles off the bottom so you can have a clean insertion into the florist foam.
Look at the amazing textures the different greens make. This is what makes Christmas centerpieces so special! This greenery holds up amazingly well if kept watered.
If you really want a lush (and expensive!) look, let's add in Lily Grass. The blades are sturdy enough to create loops to add into the design.
Mix it up. Add some double loops or even just single blades into the wreath.
Tuck them in between all the other Christmas greenery.
Now the centerpiece begins to take shape!
I left the center open for easy watering - and the addition of a beautiful crystal globe that is big enough to hold a 3" pillar candle.
Before adding the fresh flowers, I spray with Leafshine, which gives the greens a glossy finish.