One of the best parts of the holiday season is decorating your house with all your favorite holiday décor. If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to add some flare to your mantel, this blog is perfect for you! This DIY Citrus Holiday Mantel Décor is complete with an orange garland made from Limoneira dried oranges. Not only will your house smell amazing, but it will look incredible too!
You’ll really wow your family and friends with this gorgeous mantel! We can’t wait to see all your creations!
HOW TO MAKE DRIED ORANGES
Click here to learn how to make dried oranges to create a garland, ornaments or even gift toppers!
You can also purchase dried oranges here! Dried oranges will darken over time, so if you save and re-use them year after year you’ll notice the shade of orange darken.
HOW TO STORE DRIED ORANGES
Once your beautiful orange garland is ready to be put away, you may be wondering how to store it to use for next year. Storing dried citrus can be done by placing it in an airtight container and stored in cool, dry place. If stored properly, your orange garland should last for approximately two years.
If you create this Citrus Holiday Mantel, please share a photo on Instagram and tag me @HealthyGroceryGirl so I can easily find and like your creations! It’s so fun to connect with you and see what projects you’re enjoying.
For more HGG DIY ideas you can also visit the HGG YouTube channel here!
- Green garland
- Limoneira dried oranges
- Snowball garland
- Vintage bells
- Bottle brush trees
- Wooden skewer
- Using a wooden skewer cut in half, tape twine to skewer.
- Pierce through dried oranges with skewer and pull twine through. Continue with all dried oranges making an orange garland.
- Decorate mantel with green garland, snowball garland, orange garland, bells and trees!
If you love this décor, see below for more easy & fun DIY ideas! At Healthy Grocery Girl, we want to help you life a healthy lifestyle and enjoy some affordable, at home family projects!
This video was created for the Limoneira YouTube Channel! Megan Roosevelt, RDN is the Spokesperson for Limoneira. To see all our tips & videos makes sure to visit & subscribe to the Limoneira YouTube Channel!