Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas Centerpiece

I don't consider myself very creative but I was recently inspired by a lovely lady to make a Christmas centerpiece. She used many items with sentimental value and great memories attached. Also, she used many organic items such as branches, berries, pine cones and water. I was in awe of how simply yet beautifully she crafted these centerpieces in mere minutes so I thought I would give it a whirl.

First I bought something to start with, I went to a second hand store and pick up this beautiful rectangle red metal tray for $4.99 and while I was there I spotted a set of ornaments (red & orange with gold) for $.99. I then went through my own ornaments and picked up what I thought would go with it and put it all together. In the end, it did not cost me much and it brightens up my table. :)

Thank you Tanya Payzant for the inspiration!


  1. Awww You are so welcome. . . You did a fabulous job!!!!!! I wish I had spotted that tray ahead of you. ;0)

  2. Awww, this is such a wonderful creation! I was collecting some of the best Christmas table decorations for my Pinterest board and I think I'm gonna include this one. Cheers and happy holidays!

  3. Wow Lauri, those Christmas table decorations are pretty amazing. I love those red and silvery sparkles. December has started and I think this just gave me inspiration for decorating. Thanks for sharing!


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