diy video: twig armature with terrain!

last week we learned how to make a beautiful indoor and outdoor birch wreath with the team from terrain at styer’s and today the terrain team is back with a beautiful twig how-to! kat bruni will be walking us through the steps of creating your own natural twig armature (like a support/cage) to surround your favorite holiday flowers and vases. this is a seriously fun and easy (!) project to tackle in just a few minutes- with such striking results. all you need are a few twigs, some wire and you’re good to go! so, if you’re ready to start crafting, just click “play” above. or click here to watch the video (and 15 other d*s videos) on youtube.

thank you so much again to everyone at terrain: melissa bartley, steve olszewski, kat bruni, melissa kissler-hoy, and lacey soslow for their help with this video. stay tuned next wednesday for the second project (a twig armature to go around your holiday flowers and vases). in the meantime you can visit (and shop) terrain right here.

  1. I can honestly say I’ve never seen anything like that before. Very creative, very unique.

  2. mike says:

    Thanks for the posting
    Unique talent and that gives me some wonderful ideas! Thanks

  3. Robin says:

    What an absolute visual stunner. The red lured me in and ignited a new excitement. Thanks!

  4. Calla says:

    Armatures have been gaining popularity here, although
    inside floral retail, we are interested to learn any experience in
    selling this style at at price-point. Also, any information
    relative to how long an amaryllis bulb will last–and continue to
    bloom–in only a water base–without the bulb deteriorating into


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