Are you hosting Christmas dinner this year? If yes, well then you need a centerpiece. This Christmas centerpiece is easy to put together and even better that you can add details to customize to your decor.
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The Christmas centerpiece can be used in many places around your house not just on the dinner table. You can make a couple of these and add them to the food table, dessert table, an entey table, pretty much anywhere.
Christmas centerpiece supplies:
- Small wood blocks (mine are jenga pieces from Dollar Tree)
- Embroidery Hoop
- Hot glue gun
- Acrylic paint
- Foam brush
- Merry Christmas cut out (I made mine using my Cricut machine)
I started by hot gluing 2 set of 6 blocks across. By the way i used hot glue because I was in a hurry but if you have time and want more lasting results I suggest wood glue.
Next I hot glued the 2 sets on top of each other to create a platform.
Then I used some gold acrylic paint to paint the platform. I used gold because I had gold glitter words. Obviously you can use whatever paint color you want that will match your decor.
While my paint was drying I took the inner hoop of my embroidery hoop and hot glued the glittered words to it.
After my paint was dry on the platform I again used my hot glue gun to attach the hoop. For me this is where I stopped but when I set it out on my table I added left over decorations around it like tree ornaments. It ties the Christmas decorations together quite nicely.
I hope this Christmas centerpiece tutorial inspired you to create you own Christmas centerpieces for your holiday get together,