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Trending on Gardenista: Go with the Greenery

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Trending on Gardenista: Go with the Greenery

December 19, 2014

At Gardenista they’re decking the halls, whipping up their own gifts (in minutes), and coaxing bulbs to bloom. And today they’re moving on from flowers to chocolate.

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Above: Erin’s Three Last-Minute DIY Holiday Gifts–a fire starter, an old-fashioned pomander, and a potted bulb–are so winning, we want to make them all, for others and for ourselves.
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Above: How to tastefully decorate a small room for the holidays? Go to town with green sprigs and washi tape. See how in Christmas in a Tiny Apartment.
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Above: For the more ambitious, a DIY Roll-Up Gardener’s Tool Apron, stitched and fully loaded.
  • Certain doors and wreaths are meant for each other. In Curb Appeal, Meredith presents a survey of inspired examples. For more entryway swagger, see 11 Holiday Miracles to Add Instant Cheer.
  • Even mudrooms stand ready for a bit of greenery. In Steal This Look, learn how to Deck the Mudroom to Greet Holiday Guests.
  • “Nothing is more luxurious than spring flowers blooming in winter,” writes Michelle. “And no one understands this better than Scandinavian gardeners, who fill their rooms with fragrant blooming bulbs.” Take a look at the possibilities and learn where to source bulbs in Trend Alert: 13 Beautiful Blooming Bulbs.
  • More popular than pie: In today’s Entertaining post, Gardenista’s new contributor, Lindsey Love, has us convinced that it’s a cinch to make holiday bark–and you get to sprinkle in your favorite toppings.

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