Pumpkin Centerpiece

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$20
10 Minutes
Easy

Here’s a quick and easy Fall pumpkin centerpiece idea that you can put together in just minutes

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You only need a few items to make this beautiful pumpkin centerpiece:

I decided not to use the white tallow berries

A rustic wooden box (we made ours out of pallet wood) or other rustic container


Filler material like plastic or paper or even pine cones


Spanish moss


Eucalyptus branches


Various sizes of pumpkins



Because you probably won’t have enough pumpkins to fill the whole box to the top, you’ll want to use something to fill the box with.

I used plastic because that’s what I had on hand.

Fill the box all the way to the top with the plastic.

I added a layer of paper on top of the plastic so you wouldn’t be able to see the plastic shining through the moss.

Next add a good thick layer of Spanish moss



Now it’s time to put in the pumpkins

Start with the largest one in the center. The weight of the pumpkins will settle them into the plastic a little but you’ll want to keep them sitting on top as much as you can. Then add your medium pumpkins, facing them in different directions. Tuck the eucalyptus branches in and around them.

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Now layer in your smallest pumpkins, leaning them against the others and filling any empty spaces with pumpkins and eucalyptus.



And that's it!

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Now you’re ready to set the table!


See how I set up my table for casual dining HERE

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This pumpkin centerpiece only takes about 10 minutes to put together but it looks so good when it’s done.



Get ideas for creating cozy rooms for Fall HERE

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