Creating a gorgeous centerpiece for your holiday table doesn’t have to be expensive, difficult, or time-consuming. Here’s an easy DIY Thanksgiving centerpiece anyone can put together in a snap.
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When searching for the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece a few years ago, I couldn’t find what I was looking for. Nothing looked quite right. I didn’t want anything with flowers. I didn’t want anything with a sky-high price tag. With the holidays coming up, spending as little as possible without sacrificing style was the goal.
To get exactly what I was picturing and what I wanted, I had to create it myself. Here’s how I created my perfect DIY Thanksgiving centerpiece and how you can too.
What You’ll Need For Your DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece
- 3 Mason Jars
- Red Berry Garland
- Beaded Table Runner
- 2 Decorated Pumpkins
- 3 Flameless Candles
How To Create It
After you’ve acquired your supplies, gather them at your holiday table. First, layout your beaded table runner. I have this one, it’s inexpensive and beautiful! This is the second beaded table runner that I’ve purchased from this vendor and I absolutely love both.
Now, place your mason jars, in line, in the center of your table runner. If you’re able to get painted ones like the ones I have pictured, great! If not, any kind of mason jars that look rustic and chic will work. For example, take a look at these artisan mason jars.
Place your decorated pumpkins on either end or your mason jars. Your pumpkins could be pre-decorated, like the ones that I’m using, or they could be DIY. I have plenty of DIY Pumpkin Decorating Ideas right here.
Next, take your red berry garland and drape it around your mason jars and pumpkins however you’d like. I wrapped mine around the jars in some spots and let it lie naturally on the beaded table runner in others. I also wrapped one end of the red berry garland around one of the pumpkin stalks.
To finish up, place your flameless candles in the mason jars and enjoy your creation!
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We’re not hosting Thanksgiving this year, we’re visiting family across the country. But, I still have my centerpiece out for us to enjoy every time we eat at our table. Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year or are you visiting family too?