Moss covered tree bark. Don't you just love new and interesting products! Well, we sure do at Trendy Tree and this fern covered tree bark container really peaked our interest at market.
Well they just arrived and Rachel couldn't wait to get her hands on it. She decorated one up for the Trendy Tree store just in time for Easter.
But the store is closed right now because of COVID-19 so we decided to just show you how to make one for yourself! All the supplies are available on the Trendy Tree website, except for the little bunny and she just used than as an example of a little Easter accent to add to your arrangement.
The tree bark looks sort of like a piece of bark, covered in fern most and rolled up. It is tapered down on the ends and has a sort of trough like center.
It's make of foam and other synthetic products. The tree bark will sit flat on a surface.
The mini tulips come in a bundle of seven stems and several colors are available. Rachel chose the cream and pink for the tree bark project. She just unbundled the tulips and inserted them into the tree bark. She did not use any hot glue the pick machine. You could always use a bit of hot glue if needed and the stemming machine if you have trouble inserting the stems.
The RAZ succulents are sold in a set of four. Rachel chose just a couple of the succulents and inserted them in the tree bark.
The little rabbit was one that we have in the Trendy Tree store, it's not available on the website. Rachel used it just to give you an example of how you could make this an Easter floral using the little bunny. You could also use Easter eggs or chicks and after Easter, just remove them and continue using the tree bark arrangement.
Frogs would be a good spring summer choice too. Using a small bird nest comes to mind also.
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