The holiday season is officially underway in this girl's book and that means it's time to talk holiday decorating! I spent this past weekend adding some festive new pieces to my holiday decorations reserves. And on my shopping list was something special for my holiday tablescape. That's right...I have holiday centerpieces on the brain, along with Christmas lights, Peppermint Mochas, cut out cookies and the like. I could go on and on, but I digress...
You see, we moved to a new home this fall and, with our move came a new decorating scheme. We went the farmhouse route, so we, of course, had to have a farmhouse table. I'm loving the homey rustic vibe our space is taking on and I want to continue the theme with our holiday decorations this year. So, I plan on putting together a farmhouse worthy holiday centerpiece with the galvanized tray that I just snagged on Small Business Saturday! And in case you need some holiday table inspiration too, I decided to round up three of my favorite holiday centerpieces!
Ornament centerpiece: As far as holiday centerpieces go, this is the easiest centerpiece you can create, truly. Simply gather up a bunch of bulbs in your color scheme of choice and arrange them in a hurricane vase.
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Jingle bell centerpiece: Along the same vein, you can pile up jingle bells and pair them with some holiday greenery and an apothecary jar. Just like every house needs a hurricane vase, every house needs an apothecary jar for easy centerpiece creation. Just sayin'!
Wine cork card holder: Do you collect your wine corks in case you can use them in a project someday? Well, that day is here. Pile them up and create a super cute holiday card holder. A few arranged together would be such a fun holiday centerpiece no?!
So, who's ready to get crackin' and make their own holiday centerpieces? I can't wait to share my farmhouse holiday centerpiece with you! In the meantime, check out my other farmhouse decor ideas!
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