Quick Christmas Centerpiece Idea

Quick Christmas Centerpiece Idea

Christmas is tomorrow! Are you ready?

Gifts wrapped? Check.

House cleaned? Check.

Menu planned? Check.

Centerpiece assembled? What?!

If you need a festive centerpiece that will come together quickly and not require another trip to the store, check out this idea.


It’s festive, quick, and convenient. Here’s the step-by-step instructions (if you need them). I know some of you crafty folks have already looked at it, deconstructed it, and modified it for your color scheme.

Good for you- I’d love for you to share your wonderful creations with me on my facebook page! I love to see how a simple idea can be transformed for different tastes.


Get some fresh greenery and arrange it in a general bow tie shape. I used some free Christmas tree clippings left from my DIY evergreen wreath.

If you have a fresh tree, you could even snip a few branches from the back. 🙂 Some of you may just need a field trip to your backyard for some greenery.

If your field trip takes you to your neighbor’s yard; I recommend asking first, plate of cookies in hand. Who could say no to that?

Easy Christmas centerpiece idea

Arrange ornaments and candles among the greenery.

You can just snatch a few ornaments from the back of the tree and impress everybody with how well your centerpiece and tree coordinate. 🙂

Use unscented candles, preferably. I have a feeling that a Fresh Lilac candle and homemade lasagna would not mix so well.

Also, please exercise common sense when placing the candles near branches. We’re going for fresh here, not fiery!

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Here’s another look for the centerpiece; a bright, natural look.

Now you are ready for your guests!

Remember to pin this idea using the handy-dandy button below so you can remember it for next year. If you still don’t have a wreath, you can make your own with my DIY Evergreen wreath tutorial.

I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!



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