I love decorating for the holidays!
Even the kitchen!
Check out this easy Dollar Store Christmas Centerpiece I made for my kitchen table (see how I added limes to give it a ‘kitchen’ vibe!:
DIY Christmas Centerpiece
Here’s the tutorial!
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White plate (Dollar Store)
Battery operated miniature lights
Batteries (Dollar Store)
Sparkly Christmas décor picks (Dollar Store, I used two champagne colored picks; one is an sparkly pine ‘branch’ and one is a sparkly leaf ‘branch’)
Small Artificial Wreath
Hot Glue Gun
- Insert batteries into lights. Wrap lights evenly around wreath, hiding battery compartment at the back of the wreath. Secure battery compartment onto wreath with wire: Cut a 10 inch piece of wire and wrap around battery compartment and wreath to secure.
- Cut each decorative pick into smaller pieces.
- Glue ends of picks around wreath, using hot glue gun. I divided my artificial branches into 3 groups and glued them on evenly around the wreath.
- Cut a 10 inch piece of wire for each lime and fold in half. At the half way point wrap wire around end of toothpick leaving 4-5 inches of wire at ends.
- Insert opposite end of toothpick into lime, securing firmly.
- Wrap wire around wreath to secure toothpick and limes, hiding ends of the wire.
- Set wreath on plate.
- Place pillar candle on candle holder and place on the plate in the middle of the wreath.
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Love the champagne color of the sparkly leaves and pine!
Do you decorate your kitchen for Christmas?
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Written by Heather at Setting for Four
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