Welcome to the 390th Tablescape Thursday!
For this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I’m sharing 10 fun centerpieces anyone can make. These centerpieces use common things we already have or items that are usually pretty easy to find in dollar stores and discount shops. The only exception may be the 5th one down, the cookie tree centerpiece, which needs a little tree of some type for display.
Hope this gets the ideas flowing for those upcoming spring/summer gatherings!
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Though it may look somewhat complicated, this centerpiece is actually an easy one to make using inexpensive vases found in your local discount store.
It also works great for beach-themed tablescapes, too.
This whimsical whale centerpiece is great for any summer gathering. And it’s edible!
Here’s another fun watermelon centerpiece that’s perfect for summer entertaining.
If you have a little tree you use to hang ornaments on a Christmas time, consider using it as a cookie-tree centerpiece. Cookies could be baked for any occasion or holiday. The one below was used in a St. Patrick’s Day table setting.
This centerpiece works with almost any greenery from the garden and I think it’s just as lovely as any floral arrangement.
This centerpiece used something I collected for free over the space of several months. I used faux flowers but you could use real ones, as well.
It doesn’t get much more simple than this one!
This centerpiece would be perfect for when the kiddos want to have a movie night sleep-over with friends. Even the adults would enjoy this one! 🙂
With all the bridal showers coming up soon, this would make a fun centerpiece for a “kitchen” themed shower.
Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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