I'm looking for a Christmas centerpiece without flowers

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Does anyone know any pretty no flower centerpiece for Christmas
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  • Simply Real Moms Simply Real Moms on Dec 14, 2014
    At our house, we simply have some candles with holiday beads and bulbs around them for our centerpiece throughout December!
  • Gail Salminen Gail Salminen on Dec 14, 2014
    @Louise Fulton you could use evergreens and pine cones with some beading strung through it. Saw a number of posts on here - the one I will try this year is here - http://www.hometalk.com/5950449/thrifty-holiday-table-decor I will do a more simplistic version - very minimal.
  • Loury Johnson Loury Johnson on Dec 15, 2014
    A large glass vase filled with round different colored ornaments, turn the vase upside down and set a battery operated candle or real votive on top. All for $3 plus tx at the dollar tree
  • Nancy Koroly Nancy Koroly on Dec 15, 2014
    Take different sized vases, cluster together and fill with different things from around the house. Fill one 1/4 to 1/2 way up with dried beans or either salt or sugar and place a pillar candle in the middle( make sure you nestle the candle into the filling to secure it). Fill the next one with old ornaments (tip: put a paper towel tube inside the middle of the vase to take up space inside place the ornaments around the tube) Fill the third one with with anything around your house, cranberries, strings of beads, cookie cutters, pieces of lace or ribbon ( again use the paper tube inside) . Let your imagination go wild! Your guests will say, Why didn't I think of that!
    • Kate Kate on Nov 17, 2015
      @Nancy Koroly Smacking my forehead in a V8 moment with your tip to put a cardboard tube in the center to take up space. So simple, so smart!
  • Barbara page Barbara page on Dec 15, 2014
    We used leaves and berries from tree and shrubs in yard, then added old pictures of all the family members mixed. Even added pieces of rope and burlap if you want rustic. Use anything that is precious to you and your family.
  • Deb Newman Deb Newman on Dec 15, 2014
    Painted pinecones with sparkles on them glued in a circle and add a bright red candle.
  • Mabeline Mabeline on Dec 15, 2014
    Small, artificial tabletop Xmas tree with different buttons glued to the branch tips (vintage buttons look great) - cover the tree base in burlap. Add a few woodland animals nearby and you have a centerpiece.
  • GBJ GBJ on Nov 18, 2015
    I have used a tall hurricane vase half filled with cranberries and water to cover and a tall taper candle in the center.
  • Sandra Sandra on Dec 05, 2015
    I have just fill a large round vase and filled it with various size baubles and battery operated fairy lights, my theme color this year is silver and aqua and went lit up it looks really lovely.
  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Apr 15, 2021

    Hi Louise,

    Use a tray with Santa surrounded with lots of gifts, A Christmas tree, A Star?

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