Color coordinating during Christmas can be surprisingly difficult, especially on a budget. In spite of there only being a handful of colors that are associated with Christmas, there are so many different shades that can trip you up if you aren’t careful. By creating your own DIY Christmas centerpieces, you will find that you are able to match things a bit better and more importantly save some extra cash. If you’d like more Christmas decor inspiration, then visit our Christmas mantels as well.
If you’re going for a simple and clean look this Christmas, then try using some bright and bold colors to make a statement.
While this DIY looks really premium, it’s actually quite cheap to achieve! After all, you only need less than a handful of materials for these Christmas centerpieces.
What’s better than a decoration piece that you can actually feed to your guests? Who says that Christmas centerpieces can’t be food?
Cranberries & Flowers
If you’d like some flowers in your Christmas centerpieces, then try some fake ones. Because you won’t have to replace them every couple of days, you have one less thing to worry about.
Candy Cane & Flowers
If you’ve already received some flowers from someone (lucky you!) then try wrapping them in candy canes. It makes for a classy piece.
Frosted decor has always been a look I’ve adored during the holidays.
Green & Berries
Mason jars are so easy to stumble upon in your own home that you may not even need to buy any. Just fill it up with some gorgeous white and red plants and you’re good to go.
No need to even hit up the dollar store for these pine cones. If you live in certain areas, then they might just be hanging out in your own lawn!
Floating candles are great for setting a cozy and elegant tone to your home.
Candles & Peppermint
Grab some candy canes from the store and decorate them around some white candles. Super cheap and very effective.
Village on a Plate
Dollar stores are full of cute little village type pieces that you can put together to make a little Christmas village.
Using real plants and fruits helps to give some life to your dinner set, because they look and smell more authentic.
Outdoor Christmas Centerpieces
For outdoor parties, make sure to stock up on some tall glass vases so your candle’s fire remains safe from the elements.
Simply wrap up a cheap white dollar store candle with burlap and a bow. It looks so cute!
Lots of people have cute porch lamps already. If this sounds like you, then take them inside and fill them up with ornaments.
The warm tones being given off by these faux candles make the trees look so quaint and cozy!
Setting up your centerpiece doesn’t have to ever be time consuming or expensive, but they can still be creative! I hope you were able to find something from this list that float your Christmas boat. Which one is your favorite out of these Christmas centerpiece ideas? Let us all know in the comments!
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