Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Christmas Centerpiece

Hi there! I am so glad you stopped by.

I am so excited and honored to part of "Finch's Holiday Boutique", the first week in December. I have never done this before and honestly am a lot little scared.

If you are looking for great gifts or decorating items, this is the place you will want to go.It is being hosted by my amazingly talented cousin, Elisa.  Many of you already know of her through my bragging about what a talented little lady she is. I am very proud of her!

If you are interested you can find information on facebook at "Finch's Holiday Boutique" or at Elisa's blog at finchsboutique.blogspot.com.


My Christmas Centerpiece.





I started this little project by going to Michael's and buying a small Christmas wreath. I am not adding a picture of the plain wreath because you all know what that looks like.  Here is what it looked like after I added some berries, pinecones, a few red bulbs and some stars.


I took a glass cylinder candle holder and added some burlap ribbon, twine and another one of those rusty stars (I'm in love with rusty old looking things). I filled the bottom with pinecones and red bulbs. The top has a glass insert where I placed a votive candle, also from Michael's.



I went to Walmart and picked up a glass bowl to put in the middle to add, you guessed it, more pinecones and red bulbs and the candle holder in the middle. 





And, Taa Daa!  A centerpiece for the Christmas Season. 

I would love to hear what you think of this. Do you like it?  Would you put it on your coffee table, kitchen table, vanity?



Thanks you so much for stopping by.  It means the world to me!

Kelly

2 comments:

  1. Did you make the stars? What are they made of?

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    1. No. I bought them. They are metal rusty stars. I've had them for so long I don't even remember where I got them. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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