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Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in Holiday Blog, Homes for the Holidays | 0 comments

Spruce Up the Dinner Table with 6 Ideas for a Seasonal Centerpiece

It’s almost the end of October and pretty soon the fun decorations you made with your kids will need to come down. And as soon as the Halloween Asteroid passes Earth it’s time for Fall-themed dinner parties and Thanksgiving. Make sure you have what you need to decorate the dinner table that will make your friends and family “ooh” and “aah.” Fortunately, we found 6 ideas to help. Just click on any of the pictures for more information.

Image Source: Anita from Far Above Rubies

Image Source: Anita from Far Above Rubies

Admirers of the long, traditional dinner table will fall in love with the clean, symmetrical look of a long box centerpiece. Dinner guests will enjoy discovering the creative combinations you include in your box. If you need something to start up your creative juices, Anita from Far Above Rubies provides some ideas.

Image Source: My Country Blog of This and That

Image Source: My Country Blog of This and That

If you like to do a little bit of DIY, try My Country Blog’s idea and cover up a boring glass vase or mason jar with a paper bag to better match the Fall-colored flowers in your centerpiece.

Image Source: The Shady Porch

Image Source: The Shady Porch

The Shady Porch gives us a rustic centerpiece DIY idea with a nature element. The small project involves repurposing an empty coffee can and using gathered branches from your yard. It’s also budget-friendly!

Image Source: HGTV

Image Source: HGTV

Looking for something completely different, 100% handmade and involves gold glitter spray? Try making HGTV’s “Easy-to-Craft Fall Leaf Centerpiece”.

Image Source: Martha Stewart

Image Source: Martha Stewart

If you like to take your time on details and are known in your circle as an overachiever try making Martha Stewart’s handmade Cornucopia. It’s a little more traditional but absolutely amazing. But be careful, once people find out that it’s handmade everyone will ask you to make them one. There goes your free time!

Fast forward to December, here’s a holiday centerpiece idea from Meadowlark Service League’s 2014 Homes for the Holidays Home Tour.

Photo: Forrest Frields

Photo: Forrest Frields

Looking for more holiday ideas? Visit meadowlarkserviceleague.com or Facebook.com/meadowlarkserviceleague for details on the next Home Tour event.

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