Easy, Spray Painted Centerpieces

Tonya Diehl
by Tonya Diehl
I had the privilege of making/providing the table decor for the Mother's Day brunch at our church this year. I was pretty much on my own with the project, so I needed something simple. At the same time, the church didn’t want to spend a lot of money on table centerpieces, so I also needed to be thrifty. Here is what I came up with.
Easy & Inexpensive Centerpieces - upcycle old wine bottles & glassware with a little spray paint to create elegant & fun table decor
The centerpieces were made up of recycled wine bottles and old glassware/vases from Goodwill.
I picked up some bright & colorful spray paints from Lowes for the project.
I gave the centerpieces 2-3 coats of spray paint.
I love how pretty the colors looked together!
Because we were on a budget, I had to go with artificial flowers for the vases. To my surprise, I was able to find some really pretty artificial white flowers at The Dollar Tree. I was able to buy them in bushes, which gave me 7-8 stem on average for only $1.00! Talk about a deal! But, because they didn’t have enough flowers to fill the number of vases I had, I also had to buy from Big Lots, Dollar General, & Walmart.
hey were large enough to really make a statement at each table and although they were simple, they looked quite pretty. There was just something about the all white flowers that made the centerpieces elegant, but the bright, colorful vases kept them fun!
Tonya Diehl
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