Recently we shared these DIY Glittered Pumpkins for some fall decor and today we’re adding to that decoration with an easy “Give Thanks” fall centerpiece idea that would work well on a Thanksgiving Table, media console, or even an empty side table!
- 6 Mason Jars.
- Burlap and Lace Runner.
- 6 Darice Tin Candle Plates.
- Darice Tin Leaves.
- White Americana Chalk Paint.
- David Tutera Chalk Pen.
- Sponge Brush.
- Darice Brown Baker’s Twine.
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue.
This whole fall centerpiece project is very simple. First you measure and cut your burlap and lace table runner and apply it to your surface. If it’s too wide you can either cut it or fold the wider part under.
After that, you’ll want to paint your six mason jars with White Americana Chalk Paint. It will take roughly two coats to cover.
After the paint dried, I re-attached the lid and wrapped brown twine around it several times to add a little decorative element. Next up I took my tin leaves and using a chalkboard marker I wrote “T-H-A-N-K-S” on each leaf and then attached it with hot glue onto the jar.
I then put all of my jars into the candle tins and assembled on top of my media console for a fun little fall harvest display!
This just shows how simple and easy it is to create a homemade eye-catching centerpiece for any occasion. You can mix and match these too by switching out what you put in the vases and taking the leaves out and switching them up for ornaments in the winter or even hearts for Valentine’s Day! Slip a piece of stained wood underneath it to give it a more rustic look! There are so many possibilities!!
I sprinkled the excess leaves throughout the table runner too, as an added way to decorate the area!
I hope you enjoyed this fall centerpiece idea!
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