Following is another fabulous Fall Project guest post by A Sunday Afternoon… enjoy!!
Step #2: Fill the bottom of the drawer (or whatever you are using to hold your centerpiece). I used raffia because it’s cheap and has the perfect fall look.
Step #3: Add your largest pieces first, I used hurricanes from The Dollar Tree and filled them. You can create various heights by gluing them together with their candlesticks (use E6000 adhesive). Step #4: Add pieces largest ‘filler’ pieces next. I used my painted pumpkins. Step #5: Add a small garland for color (I got mine from you guessed it.. The Dollar Tree). The total cost for this centerpiece was under $15.00- YAHOO! Hi, I’m Sunday. Yes, that’s my name: Sunday! What do you do on a Sunday afternoon? If you are anything like me, it’s a project, it’s creating something I love. My “day” job is wife, mom and pastor. My hobby is DIY’ing! Several years ago, I got tired of waiting to have the finances to buy just the right piece or accessory. I started looking at blogs and shopping at thrift stores (something I had never done before) and became so inspired by the great ideas that I started creating my own. Friends and family were asking me to share projects and nothing makes me happier. Learn, create and share; the perfect recipe for the DIY’er. Follow me, try out the ideas, share yours, we will learn and have fun together. You can find me on Pinterest!