Christmas Centerpiece Projects

With gifts to wrap, stockings to hang, and Christmas cookies to bake, tabletop decor for your holiday meal can easily be overlooked. But you don’t need to buy a bunch of supplies or expensive flowers to make a beautiful holiday table. Collect bits of nature, reuse garden supplies and delve into the candy drawer to find odds and ends to decorate.

These three Christmas centerpiece projects are made from supplies you might already have and won’t take up any of the time you need to play Secret Santa, orchestrate Christmas caroling and go jingle bell rocking.

Fill small terra cotta pots with herbs, berries and a taper candle. Arrange down the center of your table. Photo by: Mark Scott

Fill hurricanes with epsom salt to make a snowy candle holder, then set atop wooden pavers to add dimension to your tabletop. Photo via: Pinterest

Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can’t see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Photo by: ecochic @EcopolitanBride

Speaking of those things you need to get done…
Creative Gift Wrap
Holiday Side Dish Recipes
Homemade Gift Projects
Homemade Holiday Table Runner Project

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