Festive Fall Centerpiece
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Hi! Today I have a free printable for you guys plus a simple Thanksgiving or fall centerpiece for you to decorate your table with. I love simple and beautiful crafts that have a touch of Just Destiny:0) Last season it was mini banners on my tree and this year the banner obsession continues with banners in my centerpiece!
For this project you’re going to need the following supplies….
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- 2-3 floral foam pieces
- Just Destiny Mag Thanksgiving Flags
- Laminating Machine with sleeves (optional)
- Long wood dowels
- Hot Glue Gun
- Greenery from Michaels Dusty Miller or other foliage
Print off your Just Destiny Mag Thanksgiving Flags and then laminate them for a stronger hold. I like to use the machine so that the flags stick up straight out of the centerpiece. Otherwise the flags are a little on the flabby side.
Next cut out the flags. Make sure you leave a small amount of white space around them for a more pronounced look!
After that turn them over and use the hot glue gun to adhere the sticks onto the flag.
Place the floral foam at the bottom of the bucket. For a permanent centerpiece you can use a hot glue gun to secure the foam in place.
For a full centerpiece I used these dusty bushes from Michaels. I love how there’s a touch of purple to one of them. I WISH I knew the names of them but I don’t! But I did find them in the autumn section of the store!
Make sure you bend and manipulate the leaves so that it looks more full!
Take your flags and then place them into the centerpiece.
I love using words to decorate and create. I think they send a subtle but lasting message to anyone who sits down with us to share a meal or comes into our home.
#justdestinyautumn is in full swing! Check out my other projects!
I love your decor
Love the centerpiece and the flags. Do you mind if I ask what font you used?
I’ve become obsessed with your blog since looking at your Christmas tour! Thanks for all of the great ideas. I, too, would be interested in knowing what font you used for this project.