Easy DIY Pumpkin Centerpiece

4 Materials
10 Minutes

Hi! It's Jess from Jessica Welling Interiors. Fall is coming at us fast so it's time for an ultra-easy Fall centerpiece. This will seriously take you ten minutes to make. I made this last year, and we used it all season and for Thanksgiving too. Let's get started!

Step 1: Find a tray. I found this cute tray at the craft store (see where on my blog!)

Step 2: Arrange the greenery in the tray. I tried to make sure everything was semi-evenly spaced. You can always adjust this later if needed.

Step 3: Add the largest pumpkins first. They will help to hold down the long stems of the greenery.

Step 4: Once you've placed your large pumpkins, add in the smaller pumpkins around them. You can also include a few pine cones if you like.

And finally, if you want you could use a hot glue gun to hold everything in place. Just be sure you put it in a covered bin or plastic bag for off-season storage. I like to use my tray for decorating other times of the year, so I haven't glued mine. There you go! For more details and styling ideas check out my blog post! And to see how to use this in a Thanksgiving table setting click here!

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  • Margaret Kirkland Margaret Kirkland on Oct 06, 2019

    Do you have the project that you use copper stealwood(pot cleaner) to make pumpkin candle holder center pieces?

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