I know, I know…
It’s Thanksgiving. Most people are decorating for Christmas already, but I’m here blogging about Thanksgiving decor.
Well, I usually wait for the day after Thanksgiving to start decorating for Christmas and looks like this year will be no different for me.
So I made a fall centerpiece back in October that I loved.
But I decided I wanted to change it up a bit for today. I wanted to make use of most of the flowers but arrange them in a different container.
It only took me a few minutes after brainstorming and picking out a few extra pieces I already had at home to create this new centerpiece so I decided why not share this simple and beautiful centerpiece with you!
Ok here we go guys…
Recycling my Fall Centerpiece for Thanksgiving Decor
First, I started with a plain white box.
It’s actually a box I saved from my Apple Watch a while back.
I love burlap! I use it for everything, and this centerpiece was no exception. I wrapped it around the box and made a simple double knot.
Then, to arrange the flowers, I followed most of the steps I used for my fall centerpiece.
I placed all the hydrangeas on one side and all the sunflowers on the other.
Then I grabbed a larger sunflower I had and stuffed it in the center of all the hydrangeas (similar to how I had placed the bright pink flower in my fall centerpiece)
I grabbed just a few of the leaves (again from my fall centerpiece) and scattered them around the bottom and back of the new centerpiece
I finished off with a few faux berries I picked up at Michaels a few years ago.
And that’s it!
Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed this!