It is my turn for the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! I am sharing an easy Christmas Centerpiece Idea that is perfect for your holiday table or mantle!
Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! From December 1st to December 12th, Danielle from Creatively Homespun will be hosting 15 AMAZING bloggers that are all showing off some of their favorite Christmas creations. Get prepared to be awestruck with some incredible recipes, DIY projects, and gift ideas!
Each day at least one blogger will be sharing a project of their choice. We can say with full confidence that you are sure to find something to inspire you for this joyful holiday season.
My Christmas decor idea is super easy and is perfect for a shelf, mantel, or a centerpiece on a table. I used a galvanized basket with snow flakes cut out, and I absolutely love it. I would seriously galvanize my family if that was an option. It is certainly one of my favorite decor finishes right now! But anyways…you need a basket, a cheap wreath, some oversized Christmas balls, and a battery operated string of lights. I bought all of my items at Michael’s, but you could find most of these supplies anywhere.
I used one of my favorite tricks for adding greenery to decor here. I bought one of those cheap 4.99 wreaths at Michael’s, used a 50 percent off coupon, and got it for less than three bucks. I then use super strong scissors to cut through one piece of the wreath and then you have a small piece of greenery. It is the perfect size for lining baskets and is so inexpensive. Of course, real greenery would be best here, but I am allergic to everything, so I try to keep most of my greenery fake.
I arranged my greenery in the bottom of the basket and then weaved in a small string of battery operated lights. I hid the battery pack under the greenery. I then topped it all off with some oversized red and silver Christmas balls. They look beautiful with the lights shining out from underneath them! (use your imagination, I couldn’t get a shot of the lights in the dark!)
I have this basket sitting on a bench, but I think it would look great on top of a table runner on a dining room table or sitting in the middle of a mantle. Once Christmas is over, I can still use the basket and greenery. I love Christmas decor that can be repurposed into winter decor. January through March are such awkward months for decorating and I love when I find pretty snowflake pieces that can last all winter.
And that’s it! I hope you liked this Easy Christmas Centerpiece Idea and that you check out some of the other talented bloggers down below!
I hope you’re feeling the holiday spirit just as much as we are! Be sure to keep popping by the other bloggers throughout the 12 days!
On the 1st day of Christmas: Creatively Homespun
On the 2nd day of Christmas: Pocketful of Posies
On the 3rd day of Christmas: Creatively Homespun
On the 4th day of Christmas: The DIY Mommy
On the 5th day of Christmas: Refresh Living
On the 6th day of Christmas: Smart Girls DIY
On the 7th day of Christmas: My Life from Home & Our Crafty Mom
On the 8th day of Christmas: Old House to New Home
On the 9th day of Christmas: The Deans List & Green with Decor
On the 10th day of Christmas: Our House Now a Home & Lehman Lane
On the 11th day of Christmas: Tastefully Frugal
On the 12th day of Christmas: Farmhouse 40
5 thoughts on “Easy Christmas Centerpiece Idea”
This is so cute! I love the basket and the ornaments. What a great idea to get a cheap wreath from Michael’s!
Thanks Meg! It is one of my favorite tricks for cheap greenery!
I just love this!! Thank you so much for being a part of the hop and creating such a beautiful post! Pinned!!
thank you! It was fun!!
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