I was going back through previous Holiday Highlights parties and wanted to bring my centerpiece from 2009 back to life for those of you who might be new because I still love this simple DIY centerpiece…
I wanted a rustic/natural looking winter centerpiece for my new barn wood trestle table.
Materials are mostly things I already had:
- Pine Wreath or pine clippings (I use a faux wreath and add real pine cuttings)
- Glass vase or mason jar
- Faux snow (the only thing I purchased but you could use epsom salts too)
- Optional: ornaments
I put together a centerpiece that turned out to be exactly what I was looking for.
To give the centerpiece a little more Christmas spirit. I added some ornaments and a mix of pine and juniper clippings to fill the room with a Christmas-pine scent. Lots of pictures. I just love it.
I‘m thinking of doing this again this year. I love the simplicity and natural elements.
3. There’s also this creation from earlier this year when my Christmas centerpiece included reindeer on a bed of a mix of fresh/faux pines, candles and fresh roses in brown glass…
4. Create something new!
What do you think?
Favorite DIY Centerpiece?
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