You can create an absolutely stunning table this holiday with one of these elegant but DIY Christmas centerpieces ideas.
Quick and Easy DIY Christmas Centerpieces Ideas
You can spend a lot for a centerpiece for your holiday table, but why? Instead, invest a bit of time and minimal supplies to create a one-of-a-kind divine Christmas centerpieces.
Here is a round up of my favorite holiday centerpieces:
1. Topiary Santa Hat Centerpiece
Who doesn’t love the idea of a Santa-inspired centerpiece, replete with candy canes. Made with minimal materials: cube glass vases, candy canes and handmade Santa Hat topiaries, you can see how easy it is to get festive without breaking the bank.
Source: DIY Candy
2. Christmas Galvanized Tray Centerpiece
Got Ball jars and vintage ornaments? Then, you, too, will be able to assemble this adorable galvanized tiered centerpiece.
Source: Priscillas 2000
3. Flower Topped Ornament Vase
What I love about this display is that it’s so simple to recreate the look. You can use fresh or artificial greens. And, if you want to add a contemporary twist, use jeweled colors in your centerpiece.
Source: Wedding Chicks
4. Rustic Christmas Centerpiece
Source: Sweet Something Design
5. Snow Man Centerpiece
6. Farmhouse Chic Christmas Centerpiece
Source: The Everyday Home
7. Vintage Nativity Centerpiece
This beautiful vintage tray gets new life with this Christmas Nativity scene. It’s filled with soft pine boughs and flameless tapers that creates a most sublime centerpiece.
Source: Edith and Evelyn
8. Simple Rose and Holly Centerpiece
Using just three white roses and holly in a milk ware vase, you can’t get any simpler but still add elegance to your holiday table.
9. Hershey Kisses Holiday Centerpiece
I’ve got one word for this delicious holiday centerpiece: sweet! Who wouldn’t love to recreate this decadent-looking display that includes Hershey Kisses. Well you can. The tutorial can be found below.
Source: Smart School House
RELATED: Hershey Kisses Centerpiece Tutorial
10. Ornamental Branch Centerpiece
This centerpiece shows how just a couple of well-placed ornaments on stark tree branches can be both elegant and festive. Use multi-colored baubles or monochrome ones–either way, the look will be fabulous.
Source: Spiral Style
11. Winter White Garden Centerpiece
Source: Thrifty and Chic
12. Coastal Christmas Centerpiece
Love the beach? So do I. And, that is why I wanted to include this lovely centerpiece that is both holiday-inspired but with a beach-twist.
Source: Miss Mustard Seed