This DIY Fall centerpiece is as easy as 1,2, 3 to make! I love that it works all season long, but also makes a beautiful simple centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table!
I’m sure that my husband is happy that I didn’t buy any new fall decorations this year. However, I did buy a handful of real pumpkins from our grocery store, because they work for Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations!
My favorites are cinderella, baby boos and the ghost white pumpkins, but aren’t all pumpkins amazing??? Pumpkin farmer is definitely on my list of ‘to do’s’ for next year!
Easy DIY Fall Centerpiece
Place one large pumpkin in the center of the table. Next, add stems of faux greenery on either side. For example, eucalyptus, sage, lamb’s ear are my favorite, but any sprigs or garlands will work.
***If you have a large cutting board, tray, or table runner, you could start with that as a base!
2. Place two medium pumpkins and one small pumpkin next to the large pumpkin. Then, remove the stems from these pumpkins only.
3. Lastly, place smaller pumpkins on top of the pumpkins you have already set in place leaving one small pumpkin individually on the table.
Voila! The DIY Fall centerpiece is complete! However, depending on the shapes and sizes of your pumpkins, you may have to play around with the pumpkins to get it exactly how you want it!
If you are looking for another DIY Fall centerpiece that is easy but requires just a bit of time, check out my flower filled pumpkin DIY centerpiece. It is made with faux florals and faux pumpkins, so that you can use it year after year. Thank you for stopping by the blog! I hope y’all are staying warm and cozy!
Did you pin this post to your Fall Ideas Pinterest board???