Have a toolbox? Well, then you have a fall table centerpiece!
Just throw some hydrangea and kale in it. Maybe a few pumpkins. And there you go!
I actually left the kale in their pots for this centerpiece, but you could also take them out of the pots and actually plant them in dirt in the toolbox if you wanted. The hydrangea are blooms cut from my bush and dry fairly easily by themselves.
Don't you just love the vibrant colors of fall!
Grab Your Toolbox And Make A Fall Centerpiece!
I bought this green chippy metal toolbox at a farm sale and proceeded to fill it with some hydrangea, kale and pumpkins.
This is what the toolbox (actually a tool tote) looked like before the kale and hydrangea were added.
Fall kale is one of my favorite plants for fall. Look at the vibrant colors!
The Endless Summer Hydrangea turned the prettiest shades of cream and pink.
See, they go together so well!
And well, you have to have a pumpkin in your fall decor!
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published August 14th, 2014 9:07 PM
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