Get the look for less with a DIY Table Centerpiece for Autumn mixing faux and real stems for inexpensive and easy arrangement!
Greetings! Did you enjoy the Feather Art from yesterday? I thought it was the perfect DIY to start off the season! Today’s Fall decor is a DIY Fall Table Centerpiece using faux and real floral stems.
DIY Fall Table Centerpiece
2016 Fall Series Update
What you need for the centerpiece:
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Faux Flowers – I used daisies, hydrangea, and roses various hues and shades of pink
Yard Trimmings – Any nice leafy stem will work!
Empty jars or glasses – You can mix whatever you have on hand.
Wood Crate – Or other pretty container to conceal the jars and glasses.
Fill your jars with water and place into the wooden crate.
Prepare your yard trimmings and silk flowers by clipping the artificial stems to your desired length and pulling off shoots and leaves from the bottom of the yard stems.
Place and arrange yard trimmings in the jars.
Place and arrange faux silk flowers with the real stems.
Add an embellishment with pom pom sticks, metallic spiral sticks, thorny branches, or pinecones and berries!
Unless you look closely, you would never know it’s faux real! 😉
We are so close to October y’all! You can find my favorite quote about October and more inspiration and this Fall round up of DIYs and Decor Tips.
What have you done lately to get your house ready? Have you bought any pumpkins yet? Is the weather getting any cooler?
Let’s catch up tomorrow!
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