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DIY Scented Christmas Garland For Dining Room Table

Last Updated on November 26, 2022 by Maria Brittis

The holiday season is coming and I wanted something special for my dining room table. Here is a DIY Scented Christmas Garland that can be used anywhere in the home as well.

What Is Scented Christmas Garland

A scented Christmas garland is a decoration that fills a space of beautiful greenery such as natural elements like firs, pines and spruces. Tied into the greenery you can add cinnamon, oils, scented candles, berries, pine cones, oranges or apples to give it a sweet smell.
Sometimes depending where you live it may be hard to find these natural greenery so you can use artificial greenery decorations. You can still add fragances to artificial greenery to make them smell.

Where to add a scented Christmas Garland

Scented garlands can be placed inside or outside your home. To make your home look and smell great you can add them to doorways, columns, dining room tables, mantels, front doors, almost anywhere in or outside your home.

What kinds of fragrances are the Best to use for Scented Garland.

  1. Fresh pine clipping: Using the fresh pine clipping gives the feelings of being outside.
  2. Cinnamon sticks. Smells like your are baking something with cinnamon.
  3. Dried oranges slices. Here is a tutorial on how to make these.
  4. Pine cones: Free and have a great smell of pine.
  5. Fragrance sprays for artificial greenery.
  6. Oils diffusers. You can place these in the middle of your table and are safer than using candles.
  7. Apples. I love the smell of apples on the table.
  8. Scented candles. Is another option but make sure the candles is in the glass container and make sure its only used under supervision.

Supplies I used For Scented Christmas Garland

  1. Pine clipping
  2. Pine cones
  3. Apples
  4. Raspberry scented candles
  5. Berries
pine cones, apples, berries, candles and pine clippings: scented  Christmas garland

How To Create The Scented Garland

I added a bunch of pine clippings in the center of the dining room table.

pine clipping in the center of the table: scented Christmas garland

I placed pinecones everywhere over the pine clippings.

pine cones and pine clippings

Then I added the apples and berries to add some color.

 

apples, pinecones and pine clippings.

When you are using candles with natural element from nature make sure you light candles in a supervised setting. I just light them when we are eating and don’t have them lit any other time.

candle bringing on table

I truly love the way the scented Christmas garland turned out. It is perfect for the holiday season.

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scented Christmas garland

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43 Comments

  1. Hi Maria, you are surely getting into the Holiday spirit. The red and green against your beautiful white palette is so pretty! Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving. Let’s get together soon.
    Sandra

  2. I LOVE the pine garland with apples and pinecones. Very festive and fragrant. I’ll being using this idea for Christmas.

  3. Don’t you just love how a few simple pine boughs can transform a table? It’s all just lovely, Maria!

    1. Yes its really fun to make simple projects out of nature, and its free too.
      Maria

  4. It all looks so pretty and festive. And I love how the scent carries the holiday spirit throughout the house.

  5. Looks lovely, and the raspberry bar so wonderful for my coffee bar this Christmas!

  6. I like your garland Maria! I used to go out along the roadside cutting pine boughs, then I’d come home & wire them together for decorating at the front entry. It was time-consuming, but oh so pretty, & mine didn’t have the pretty apples & berries on it. All your simple Christmas touches are very appealing!
    Florence

    1. Thanks my dear! its been a pleasure getting to know you! Have a good Thanksgiving.
      Maria

  7. We have all artificial trees, closer to the holidays I am going to get some fresh greens and place them around the house for scent. This is a great centerpiece. Pinning.

  8. I love how you added the red apples to your festive garland and pine cones. A very nice touch!

  9. That is such a beautiful centerpiece Maria. And combined with the candle and that gorgeous scent the house is ready for the holidays. Beautifully done, as always.

  10. Really pretty centerpiece. I love the smell of cinnamon, apples and pine tree. Perfect idea. Thanks

  11. The garland is so lovely and those cookie bars look so tasty. Thanks for the recipe!

  12. Your centrepiece is so pretty and classic!! Perfect for this time of year.

  13. Looks great! And I’m a huge fan of the Glade holiday scents too!

  14. Beautiful garland. I am so excited for Christmas and all the yummy smells.

  15. The garland looks great, I bet it’s filling the whole room up with delicious smells! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at the DI & DI Link Party. We really loved having you!

    Merry Christmas!

  16. Simple yet elegant ideas so thank you for joining us and sharing at Over the Moon Link Up.

  17. Raspberry, cinnamon. and chocolate are some of my favorite ingredients. Great idea to combine them! Thanks for sharing at Family Joy Blog linkup.

    1. Thanks for visiting, loved your party and added it to my link party list.
      Maria

  18. Lovely ideas for the holidays. Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Shared. Happy Holidays!

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