I recently came across THIS gorgeous Fall centerpiece on Pinterest. And after clicking…and clicking…and clickity clicking…I FINALLY found the centerpiece on Home Confetti and the original tutorial HERE on Dozi Design blog.
I love crafting, but don’t often have the time or skills to complete a lot of the ideas I find on Pinterest. But this one looked very do-able. My house is surrounded by trees, and they’re all losing thin branches this time of year, so I sent Jon David out to gather some up for me.
The ones we ended up with were nowhere near as thin as the ones in the tutorial, but I knew they’d still make a cute centerpiece.
I had some of THESE milk bottles from Shop Sweet LuLu that I use for props in my food blog photos, so I grabbed a few of them. You could also use Mason jars, if you had any handy, or even old floral vases. I always have a few of those stashed away (thanks to my sweetie husband ).
I even had some raffia lying around (seriously–what are the odds??) to wrap around the neck of the bottles.
I ran to the craft store and bought 4 pieces of 12×12 scrapbooking paper ($.25 each so only $1 total) and a package of Paper Studio Gemstone Embellishments so I could give my branches some bling.
The roses were so easy to make, I just followed the step by step instructions on Dozi Design. All you need is paper, a pencil, and scissors, isn’t that cool?
I hot glued the roses and the jewels on the branches.
And that’s it!! Cheap, easy, and really pretty.
This is how I spend my Saturday nights. Gluing jewels to sticks. Don’t be jeal.
These would be a cute addition to your Fall table. I hope you love them!
Thanks for reading and have a great day!!