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Classical Column Window Frame

Use this beautiful greenery from the set of "The Martha Stewart Show" to frame the windows in your home for the holidays.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, December 2007


  • 10-inch concrete form

  • Scissors

  • Saw

  • "Vinz 1-2-3" shellac-based primer

  • Two pieces of 1-by-3-inch lumber

  • L-bracket and screws

  • Seeded eucalyptus laurel and dried bay leaves

  • Hot-glue gun

  • Glue sticks

  • Hill green color floral spray paint

  • Metallic Champagne silver spray paint

  • Silver glitter spray paint

  • Ivory velvet ribbon

  • Finishing nails


  1. Cut the 10-inch concrete form in half to make a semi circle. Prime it with "Vinz 1-2-3" shellac-based primer. Cut corners at 45-degree angles and support internally with two pieces of 1-by-3-inch lumber that are braced with an L-bracket and screwed onto the inside of the concrete form.

  2. Cover the concrete form with seeded eucalyptus laurel and dried bay leaves. Begin by removing seed pods from eucalyptus. Hot glue leaves in a scalloped, snakeskin pattern so they overlap a little side by side and halfway from one row to another.

  3. Spray with hill green color floral spray paint. Spray with metallic Champagne silver spray paint. Spray with silver glitter spray paint. Once dry, crisscross with velvet ribbon; secure with hot glue. Rest on window ledge and secure around frame window with finishing nails.

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