We move ours around because we are indecisive people. And because Bear’s a little ninja. But luckily we love the display anywhere, so it’s all good.
You can also add silver or any other colourful fairy lights for the illuminating effect. Thus, it adds a glittery, snowy look to the whole view.
I love cranberries. I love to eat them in my yogurt or cereal. I love that they can be both sweet and tart. But most of all, I love their deep red color and sheen, especially this time of year.
This idea jumped off my Pinterest page because I had all these items around the house, so that meant no cash outlay and no travel time for me. The DIY centerpiece was super easy, I used the silver Home Goods serving tray as the base.
I saw this DIY centerpiece idea on Pinterest that was put together using items from Lowes, I knew it would be perfect for my Christmas luncheon for my coworkers. It wasn’t too fancy and it was really affordable.
This is one of the cutest, cheapest and easiest DIY centerpieces I’ve ever made. This DIY centerpiece is very simple to create and has a subtle yet special effect anywhere you place it.
I needed a DIY centerpiece that was elegant enough for a formal dinner table setting, but it needed to adhere to my regular DIY criteria which is cheap, easy and convenient and this arrangement fit the bill to absolute perfection. I used tall champagne flutes to hold some old DIY gold and silver glitter ornaments I had from years ago and placed a magnolia arrangement inside the one in the middle, so it kind of spilled out like a fountain. The whole thing took me less than 30 minutes and looked fantastic.
Whether you are looking for DIY Christmas table decor or some crafty do it yourself ideas for your mantle during the holidays, this pinecone and berry is a DIY Christmas centerpiece you want to make for your display.
When it comes to cheap DIY Christmas centerpiece ideas, this cute display made with dollar store vases and inexpensive Christmas ornaments is one of the prettiest I’ve seen. Decorate for the holidays while saving money to spend on gifts. This Christmas craft project costs less than $5 to make, so we think you should make several.
Once they were dry I arranged them in a clear glass vase and decorated them with some extra ball ornaments. (My son likes to point at it and say “ball”!)
This one is made up of a few easy-to-find elements and can be made in as few as 15 minutes.
Sometimes the most unexpected things end up being perfect. This centrepiece is not only gorgeous and inviting, it captures attention and starts conversation. Best of all, it’s edible!
Coffee filter crafts were all the rage this year! So were cone trees! I decided to take the two trends and make these beautiful coffee filter trees.