elegant christmas centerpiece

Inspired by my fall vase, I switched the look for Christmas. I spent less than $5 and 15 min on this project!

What you'll need:

pine branches - I was lucky enough to acquire the leftovers from the church altar decorations. I also supplemented with a few clippings from the back underside of my Christmas tree. (Please, don't judge me!)
large vase
small juice glass
3" pillar candle - A 6" pillar candle will work too; just omit the glass.
mini filler ornaments - I used 16.

(Almost) Five easy steps!

Step 1: Clip the pine branches into smaller segments.

Step 2: Place the glass upside down in the center of the vase.

Step 3: Arrange the pine branches around the glass.

Step 4: Place the candle on top of the glass.

Step 5: Arrange the ornaments on top of the pine branches.

Step 6: Admire your work (and the fresh pine scent)!

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Make the Scene Monday @ Alderberry Hill
Share It Link Party @  The Winthrop Chronicles
Time for a Party @ Fine Craft Guild
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  1. Elegant it is. Lovely. Thank you for linking 'm up at our linky party at http://www.finecraftguild.com

  2. That's a very stunning and pretty centerpiece! this year, we're going to use candles and some greeneries in decorating our table. So this truly inspire me. Allow me to add this to my Christmas table decorations board in Pinterest. Thanks!


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