Cheap & Chic Christmas Centerpiece

$6.00
20 Minutes
Easy
I wanted to grace my table with a special holiday arrangement without breaking the bank. This idea does the trick and you could also do this same concept for different seasons or different ideas..... you could fill the cylinders up with different colored stones even....for example if you are celebrating a high school graduate's event you could fill the cylinders up with their school colors. This was such a fun and easy project I collected most of what I needed from my yard with the exception of the floating candles and I even received a comment on the blog post from a good friend who mentioned if you are not as lucky to have all of that holiday greenery right in your own yard that you can also pop some fresh cranberries in that arrangement as well. I love all of the possibilities! I do have a few more details in my blog post but this is the basic concept! I hope you enjoy!
Here is the finished product: "The Cheap & Chic Christmas Centerpiece"
The supply list for this project: 3 cylinders, 3 floating candles, holiday greenery, charger, and a lighter of course!
You can use any color charger but I think silver or gold will be best. In my blog post I share about how we scavenged for our cylinders to keep expenses down.
I think the floating candles were the most expensive part of this project! I got these at our local craft store.
Holiday greenery all found in our yard - I love free items available close by! Using our natural resources! If you do not have to collect the holiday greenery this project is only 10 minutes.
Karen Lynn @Lil' Suburban Homestead
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Doris Doris on Nov 06, 2019

    Is this water in the jar? how do you keep the greenery from floating up?

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