Easy Christmas Centrepiece Ideas
One of the things I love the most about the festive season is decorating my apartment for Christmas and New Year. I eagerly wait a whole year for this period, and during this time I just can’t stop making festive centerpieces, garlands and baubles!
Here some tips for you to bring some festive cheer to your home with these easy Christmas centerpiece ideas.
Like I said, my ideas are all very easy, so all you need to do is to find nice transparent bottles – doesn’t matter if they’re different or the same size and shape – and fill them up with multicolored beads or sparkles and glitter. Line them on your table and sprinkle some more glitter over it.
I’m sure you can find a serving tray or even a cake stand you doing use in your kitchen. Place some Christmas cards you got this year, pinecones and small fir tree branches or stalks rosemary around it. Looks great!
Speaking about pinecones, there is nothing that can bring the Christmas mood to your home than them! Place the branches in a tall, clear vase, and add small pinecones, moss and glass or plastic balls. Your charming centerpiece is ready!
Actually no fruits are needed here. Just take a fruit bowl and fill it with an assortment of brightly colored ornaments and baubles. Done.
If you want, you can still use real apples and oranges! Dust them with edible golden or silver glitter, and throw in some cinnamon and vanilla sticks if you want your dining room to smell great. Don’t forget to top up the bowl after your guests eat them!
This is the perfect centerpiece if you want your table to look lush, and it is one of the easiest to make! Find a shallow, wide dish and place fir tree short branches in the form of the wreath. Decorate it with dry sugar fruits, candies, little balls and cinnamon. For it to last longer, use the floral sponge for the branches. Place a candle in the middle and sprinkle with glitters.
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