3 Easy Fall Centerpieces
Putting a lovely centerpiece together for your table doesn't have to be difficult or expensive, as I'll show you in this post.
One of the easiest ways to create new decor is by shopping your own home. It's likely that you have plenty of items laying around that you could put together to create something new.
Recently, I shopped my home and was able to create three fall centerpieces entirely from stuff I had on hand. I used a simple base, a long wooden box that my dad and I built last year, for all three, and then I filled it with various items that I already had laying around my house.
Here's the step-by-step for one of them.
For this one, I started with my wooden box base. Then, I grabbed a few fall floral picks from around my house that complimented each other color-wise, some pine cones for texture, (I actually have a stash of pinecones at my house that I like to use for decorating and/or crafting), and a box of filler that I picked up on clearance for some color contrast.
First, I evenly distributed the flower picks throughout the box. You may have to bend the ends of the stems a bit to get them to the proper height.
Then, I filled in most of the empty space with pinecones, adjusting the flowers as needed.
Finally, I added the red and white filler pieces at random.
I absolutely love all of the texture and color in this one.
This gorgeous arrangement took about 3-4 minutes to put together.
What do you think?