Quick and Easy Fall Centerpiece

by leanneja on September 27, 2011 · 4 comments

in Decorating,Fall

Here’s a super easy Fall Centerpiece for ya!
It took me longer to take the pictures than it did to put it together.

Here’s all the supplies I used. I already had everything on hand.
And you probably do too.

Cut the burlap 3 inches wide and long enough to fit around the jar.
Then hot glue the burlap and the ribbon to the jar.
It peels off really easy if you don’t want to keep it on later.

Add some Fall leaves and twirly sticks.
Use real leaves if yours have started changing colors. Mine haven’t yet.

Then place the jar in a basket and surround it with rocks.
Acorns would be good too, but I haven’t collected any yet this Fall.

That’s it! I love all the different textures and colors.

It still seemed a little unfinished so I added a few pumpkins around it.
Now it’s good.

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Randi September 27, 2011 at 7:24 pm

I love the simplicity of it! Looks great!

Sinea September 27, 2011 at 7:39 pm

Our daughter does all sorts of DIY centerpieces very similar to what you’ve shown here. They look just great, are fun to make and are so original. She did her own centerpieces for my granddaughter’s bridal shower. They looked just great and, guaranteed, no one else had a shower that looked like hers.
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Haley September 28, 2011 at 6:29 am

Oh i really like this. I just recently made a fall table runner and have been stumped as to what to do for a centerpiece with limited resources {i live in asia} BUT i do have some extra rocks that I found at a market where they were selling fish tanks, some extra jars, scrap fabric & ribbon, and a plant plate that would make a great tray. Thanks so much for sharing this. I’ll most definitely put it to great use!

Brandy J. October 5, 2011 at 10:56 am

I just found your blog and am your newest follower. Thanks for creating such a fun blog full of inspiration. I love your project — so simple and cute!!

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