Ah, the cornucopia. Nothing says fall quite like this horn of plenty. Marked by its bountiful flora of the season, a cornucopia is often overflowing from the (occasionally edible) basket, making it an ideal centerpiece.
But how do you infuse the spirit of this decor staple into your holidays? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered.
For a massive statement for multiple senses
Though this cornucopia comes in a smaller size, the large arrangement is worth the splurge. The only faux components are some tiny pumpkins, so you’ll get the fragrant aromas of eucalyptus, pine cones, and more!Buy Now
For a woodsy, aromatic cornucopia
This is another mostly real arrangement at a lower price point, but it leans more into the trees associated with fall and winter. Scents of pine and cedar accent the faux rose hips and fall leaves in this long-lasting cornucopia.Buy Now
For a more subtle scent
A few pinecones drive the scent in this otherwise autumnal arrangement. Faux leaves, berries, and pumpkins fill out this cornucopia for a warm centerpiece.Buy Now
For a faux cornucopia that doubles as a wreath
Want to keep the smells in your home limited to delicious holiday foods? Try this faux cornucopia with a circular handle. You can place it on a mantle or hang it on a door, inside or outside, to set some ambiance.Buy Now
For people who are more into winter
This cornucopia appeals to the frost lovers among us. It’s the smallest horn in the bunch, but can stay out for several months without looking out of place.Buy Now
For a whimsical look
Serving “The Nightmare Before Christmas” vibes, this cornucopia mixes whimsy with seasonality. The iron wire horn adds a modernism to this traditional decor piece while the flora fits into most themed scenes from October to December.Buy Now
You can fill this basket with your own faux, real, or mixed arrangement of seasonal foliage and fares. The dark wash of the basket can be warmed up with orange and red tones or cooled down for a more wintry theme.Buy Now
For sugar cookie bakers
If you’re not big on centerpieces, some cornucopia cookies are nice way to tie in this traditional symbol. This cookie cutter is only the start of sugar cookie decorating fun!Buy Now
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