How To Make A Fall Table Centerpiece

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Welcome Back Crafty Friends!

Welcome to Day 2!!

I’m so glad you are here for my 12 Days of DIY Fall Crafts series!!!

Today I’m sharing with you how to make a beautiful floral centerpiece for your table using supplies from Dollar Tree! This is a great way to add to your Fall dining table decor!

This project is super easy and cost under $10!


Let’s Make It Together!

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Such an easy project to step up your Fall tablescape game!! I love floral creations because there is no right or wrong! You can use whatever type of artificial flowers you want, whatever pattern ribbons and any extra filler items! The possibilities are endless when it comes to floral creations!

I’m planning on using this cute floral centerpiece for a big chili cook-off we are hosting at our house this Fall! But in the meantime, it’s made it’s home on my antique dining room hutch and looks great!

How To Make A Fall Table Centerpiece | Gathered In The Kitchen
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  1. Paula@SweetPea says:

    I love the fall centerpiece you created. You’ll be able to use and enjoy this for many falls to come.

  2. Such a fun fall project. I can’t resist a galvanized tin! xo

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