12 Easy Tabletop Christmas Trees
Even after the foliage dries, this creation keeps its attractive shape. The petite boxwood tree looks good by itself, but you might want to make a trio in graduated sizes.
Begin with cuttings of fresh boxwood and a 2-inch sphere of plastic foam. Insert the cuttings into the foam to make the traditional shape of a tree. Add one or two twigs at the bottom to resemble trunks. Secure twigs in a pot filled with floral foam. Cover the foam base with decorator moss. Tuck taller, slender twigs into the foam base, threading them through the cone-shape tree for natural decoration.