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"Upcycling" decorating trend: Discover our DIY videos!

Advent is the perfect time for getting crafty, and our inspirational DIY videos will show you how to create original Christmas decorations with poinsettias in no time. They’ll guide you through detailed step-by-step descriptions, guaranteeing great results even for amateur crafters.


From porcelain to present

Quickly turn old pottery into charming gifts for vintage lovers! In our DIY video, we show how easy it is to repurpose old tableware. Poinsettias in all kinds of colours are presented as little Christmas gifts that come straight from the heart. Materials needed for your craft project: poinsettias, old bowl, olds cups and saucers, old gravy boat, old spoons, moss, decorative elements such as sprigs of holly and ornamental apples, candle clips, tree candles, yarn, wooden beads, cake doilies, cardboard, spray glue, spray paint, glue, support wire. Tools: hot glue gun, hole punch, scissors, pruning shears and pliers.


Upcycling Trend – From porcelain to present


Advent wreath with baking tin

Poinsettias are ideal for creating atmospheric Advent wreaths and upcycling is so on-trend! So, watch this film and discover how to make a stylish wreath with an old baking tin, poinsettias, moss and pine cones.


Advent wreath with baking tin


And there was light!

The latest trend: poinsettias in lampshade frames of different shapes and styles, displayed on windowsills or side tables, are a modern and original decoration idea. This film shows step-by-step instructions for this simple but effective arrangement.


Poinsettia in a lampshade


Message in a bottle

For a modern Christmas, cut poinsettias arranged in bottles give a cool and quirky effect to show off to guests and family. This arrangement is easy to recreate and poinsettia bracts make a durable cut flower so your table decoration will last and last. This film shows you step by step instructions for making this original table decoration yourself.


Poinsettias in bottles


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