Holiday-Up your table this year with some easy DIY holiday table centerpieces. Most are very inexpensive and can probably be made from items you already have on hand or in your holiday decoration boxes. We all want a centerpiece like we see on tv or in magazines. Well now you can make your own!
Use your tomato cages in the winter by transforming them into Christmas decorations. This project allows you to use items you already have around the house, and the tomato cages can be put back to use in the garden in the summer.
A festive centerpiece doesn’t have to be big nor does it have to be expensive. With a few simple pieces you can create a very rustic but lovely holiday centerpiece. Ready to grace any holiday table.
Find a yule log (really any log will do) :) and cut holes in it big enough to hold candles. Surround with garland and pine cones. This just screams holidays!
Find some old candle holders at a thrift store and give them a holiday up-do with some metallic paint or gold leaf. The right arrangement will make the perfect centerpiece.
You can use any tray and probably find stuff you already have around the house to make this cute holiday centerpiece. Fill tray with garland and ornaments and you have a festive look that looks like it costs a lot more than it did.
What could be simpler. A glass vase or trifle dish filled with pine cones. Simple and inexpensive. Add a festive colored bow and your table is ready for guests.
These cute waterless snow globes are cute and easy to make. Find a few different sized jars and put the along the center of your table for a cute centerpiece. Wrap some garland in between the jars to finish it out.
Have an old tray? Or you could pick one up at your local thrift shop. Decoupage some old book pages or holiday sheet music to the bottom. Top with some candles, garland and holly for a cute one of a kind centerpiece.
Here is one for the kids’ table. Some large holiday colored lollipops sticking out of a painted pail. This could be as big or as small as you want it to be. Just make sure the kids know they can’t eat until after the meal. :)