A handmade Farmhouse Table Arrangement is a great way to add farmhouse style charm to your home!
I live in a very small rural community in central Alabama, and being from the country, I love all things farmhouse. I love the neutral colors of traditional farmhouse decor, but I wanted to add some soft lavender in with my decor. My Mama and I decided to try making this cute lavender farmhouse table arrangement, and I absolutely LOVE the way it turned out. I am using it on the entry table in my living room – the best part about this arrangement is how easy it is to make! Some links in this post may lead to websites where we are an affiliate. Click [HERE] for our disclosure statement.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE THIS FARMHOUSE LAVENDER TABLE ARRANGEMENT:
- Several Artificial Lavender Bushes
- Lamb’s Ear or Similar Leafy Greenery
- Burlap Ribbon or Twine (Optional)
- Galvanized Metal Container (Walmart or Michaels)
- Floral Foam (Walmart or Michaels)
- Wire Cutters
- Florist Wire
- Glue Gun (Here is the link to the Glue Skillet we use!)
- Glue Sticks
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DIY Farmhouse Lavender Table Arrangement Video…
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I love to see what your mother and you come up with. Ever thing you do is beautiful. I am new to making wreaths and flowers arrangements. I started last fall have done several things and love it. Sure not the best but learning. Please keep up the tutorials. God has truly blessed you both with talent
Thank you so much, Marquita!
love your sunflower wreath with that beautiful black ribbon. I plan to make one for myself too. Thank you both for being so giving and sharing of your very impressive knowledge about wreath making.