Easy Christmas display of decorative greenery found around your yard.
Spruce up your home with Holiday touches that have great fragrance!

Step 1: Find and Cut Greenery

Tools Needed to cut and trim greenery

1. Craftsman Gloves
2. Craftsman Heavy-Duty Lopper
3. Craftsman Pruner

Cut off full looking shrub ends and leave some clean branch area for easier attachment.

Types of Greenery to use:

Cypress - Flat, supple, blush-green sprays with slender branches can be easily twisted into swags and wreaths.

Spruce  Stiff, irregular branches has prickly needles and pinecones may vary from very dark to steely blue.

White Pine  long, soft needles (up to 8 inches long).

Laurel  produces a pleasingly fruity fragrance.

Eucalyptus  dust blue-green leaves give off a lemon-like scent.

Rosemary  branches with needle-like leaves.

Magnolia  glossy, dark green leaves with a velvety rust-brown underside.

English Holly  glossy, dark leaves.

Wates Golden Pine  long-lasting needles turn golden only in the winter months.

Cedar  tufted clusters of short needles arranges along graceful branches range in color from green to silver-blue.
Wow! This looked Great! Will you come to my house next Christmas to decorate???
I really like your instructable!!! I am going to do this next year for the holidays. I think that it is awesome that you used all Craftsman tools to do the project. Others that I have seen on here are not even using Craftsman tools. You should get extra points for using their tools for the contest. Good luck!!
DITTO! Nice set of Craftsman tools dude!
This looks beautiful!!
This was a gift to my Mom. She wanted something festive in her entryway that looked nice for the Holidays and when her Bridge group came over. She said everyone loved it! Thanks Mom! 1/5/09

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