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Simple DIY Christmas Cranberry Centerpiece

Wanna make a cool and simple Christmas centerpiece? All you need is a vase, a bowl, a candle, salt, fresh cranberries, and pine tree cuttings. Grab your favorite vase or a bunch of small vases or small mason jars and spread them across your table. Place a bowl, gladware container, or soup can in your vase. This will save you... More

DIY Aged Miniature Farm Fruit Crate

Let’s make a cozy rustic centerpiece for a warm, country feel, suitable for any case. You’ll need a farm crate as a base, so prepare a hobby saw and fine sanding block, wood dye in dark oak or similar dark brown-grey color, a hammer and nails or PVA glue and glue brush, a ruler and pencil. Use the ruler and pencil to mark... More

9 Cool DIY Summer Party Centerpieces

Every table needs a centerpiece, no matter what the occasion is. If you are planning a cool summer party and don’t know how to decorate the table, this article is for you! The easiest idea is to take a bowl and put fresh fruit with flowers in it – simple, fast and delicious! Another idea is a traditional floral centerpiece,... More

DIY Eggshell Tealight Candle Centerpiece For Easter Decor

Easter is not far, so have you thought of your Easter table décor yet? Let’s make this easy centerpiece for your table, you’ll need eggshells, food coloring, 2 tablespoons of vinegar, warm water, tealight candles, an egg holder. If you have empty eggshells,  wash and clean your eggshells, removing the membrane as well.... More

DIY Cotton Plant Centerpiece

Cotton is extremely trendy today for any kind décor, from home to weddings – cotton branches are seen on the table and in the bouquets. Let’s make this faux cotton plant centerpiece for any occasion you like. The supplies are 3.4″ x 10.5″ cylindrical vase, gold glitter duct tape, a hot glue gun, a black marker,... More

8 DIY Driftwood Centerpieces For Festive Decorating

Driftwood is an ideal material for creating – it’s eco-friendly, you needn’t spoil any tree to get it and looks chic! Driftwood can be used for different crafts, and it’s especially cool for coastal décor. No matter if you have a holiday or not – make a driftwood centerpiece that would attract attention! The easiest... More

15 Amazing DIY Christmas Centerpieces For Any Taste

Christmas is a cool family holiday, and a beautiful and easy centerpiece is necessary. You needn’t buy anything, let’s make some. An easy variant of a rustic centerpiece is a stump with candles or wooden box filled with pinecones (faux or natural, with some decorations of your choice). Candles are suitable for any... More

How To Make A Succulent Centerpiece

Succulents are everybody’s love today! Let’s make a succulent centerpiece for any party or even a wedding reception table. The supplies are egg cups, succulents, Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Paints, a small paint brush, and some thin masking tape. Put some masking tape onto the egg cups creating a nice straight line and... More

DIY Moss And Twine Wrapped Jars

We’ve already told you of an easy spring and Easter centerpiece with grapevine, here’s one more similar idea with wrapping. The supplies are craft moss, twine, mason jars and scissors. First cut your moss into strips of the desired size, then wrap it around your jars and secure with the twine around a few times and make a... More

DIY Bird’s Nest Vase As An Easter Centerpiece

Guys, we’ve already told you of some pretty spring and Easter centerpieces and here’s one more to the collection. The piece is so simple to make that you won’t need much time at all! The supplies are grapevine, wire, a glass or any other vase and some fresh flowers. All you need to do is to wrap the grapevine around your... More