For the front door of my 1880's era house, I made a wreath of the magnolia leaves, taking a square styrofoam form and then adding the leaves around it. I lightly painted some gold, and then added a gold bow.
For the little window box, I stuffed the planter full of boxwood, so it looks like a boxwood plant.
On either side of the steps, I just stuck the Harry Lauder Walking Stick branches into the potting soil and then filled the space in with a variety of the other greens. My neighbour's parents are coming in from out of town, so I went over there and basically did the same thing to her pot. I used some yew as the centerpiece and then added more greens around the edges.
At my mother's house, we found a pot filled with dirt and I just stuck the magnolia branches into it and placed it in front of the fireplace.
I found a little christening cup and put some of the boxwood into that.
I also stuck some of the boxwood behind the clock on the fireplace surround. I love the smell of boxwood - it reminds me of the holidays.
A crystal vase on the bookshelf was the perfect thing for some of the juniper, complete with blue berries.