How to make rosehip Christmas decorations

Find out how to make these pretty Christmas tree decorations, using rosehips from the garden and raffia.

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30 minutes

Rosehips are still in plentiful supply during December, when they can used to make cheery decorations for your Christmas tree. These decorations, made from rosehips, berries and raffia, provide an attractive burst of Christmas colour.

You can use other plants from the garden to create a Christmas wreath or Christmas table decorations.

Follow our simple steps to making Christmas decorations from rosehips, below.

You will need

  • Rosehips
  • Berries
  • Raffia
  • Secateurs
  • Scissors


Gather rosehips and berries from your garden and tie them together in small bunches.

Combine the berries with raffia bows and hang from the branches of your Christmas tree.


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