Create a serene winter tableau with this simple arrangement: birch bark wrapped around glass cylinders filled with plants found easily at this time of year. Trimmings from the holiday tree and scented geranium leaves snipped from a house plant accentuate the amaryllis blooms.

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LISA HUBBARD

These beautiful faux bois, or "fake wood," vases are a Good Thing that brings the outside indoors. Simply combine a few of them to create a winter tableau for the table or mantle.

For more ideas, scroll through our entire collection of Winter Centerpieces.

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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Cut birch bark to fit around 3 cylindrical glass vases of various sizes, adding an inch to the circumference. Secure bark with knotted twine.

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Step 2

Cut stems to different lengths, and arrange amaryllis, boughs, and leaves asymmetrically. Stagger vases, and surround them with boxwood and pinecones.

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