As promised, here’s my urn and wreath at my city house. As you can see I went with turquoise accents on my Christmas urn, this year. I love the way the turquoise stands out against the evergreens.
And a close up.
It was super quick this year, I just picked up some cedar and boxwood branches from Loblaws and I used some leftover pine branches that I had brought home from the country and layered them together. I added in the huge pinecones, which I always seem to use, along with some birch branches.
I’ve used the turquoise bow and butterfly before and I just pulled them out of my supplies and that was it. Quick, simple and inexpensive
I also picked up a ready made boxwood wreath and just added a few pinecones and another turquoise butterfly for a super simple DIY.
I love the way the turquoise and green pops against the dark brown door. Hopefully the boxwood wreath will hold up all the winter.
If you haven’t seen my first Christmas urn I did last week for my cottage, you can see it here.
I also decided to go back and share some of my previous exterior urns and decor from years past. I think you’ll see that I stick with a pretty similar style, year and year. And they may give you some inspiration to get yours done, if you haven’t already.