Cranberry Christmas Flower Centerpiece

3 Materials
$8
10 Minutes
Easy

Using a thrift store jar, cranberries and a handful of flowers we are ready for the holidays!! A perfect way to dress up a holiday table, a buffet or even a kitchen counter!! The red and white is so very merry and bright!
cranberry christmas flowers
For this project you’ll need a clear glass jar, fresh cranberries, cool water and white flowers.
cranberry christmas flowers
Sift through the fresh cranberries, removing any overripe or dark berries. Fresh berries will float in water.
cranberry christmas flowers
Place the cranberries in the glass jar. Mason jars are a great choice for this project. Creating a grouping of different sized jars with flowers is another great option.
cranberry christmas flowers
Fill the jar at least 1/2 way with cranberries.
cranberry christmas flowers
Add cool clean water.
cranberry christmas flowers
The cranberries are floating and will hold the flower stems perfectly!!

cranberry christmas flowers
Add flowers. Using white roses, mums, carnations or daisies is a great contrast to the red cranberries. Consider adding a sprigs of holly or pine for an even more festive and wintry look.
cranberry christmas flowers
We are almost finished. Adding a holiday ribbon is always an option. We skipped the ribbon... but it is always an option.
cranberry christmas flowers
So pretty!! Be sure to refresh the water every two days or when it becomes cloudy.
cranberry christmas flowers
Be sure to visit Blue Ribbon Kitchen for more holiday ideas!! Fun Christmas trees, holiday decor and award winning recipes: Blue RibbonKitchen.blogspot.com. Visit Blue Ribbon Kitchen on Facebook, Instagram and Pintetest.
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