Friday, September 17, 2010

Cheap and SUPER Easy Fall Centerpiece

 

I had some goodies left over from my fall craftapalozza so I threw them together and made a little center piece. I’m all about using things I already have on hand to get my craft on!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         You’ll also need some type of container. A vase, urn, or flower pot would work great. I used a garage sale urn I had laying around. I believe I paid $1.00 for it. Ha I guess that irrelevant but I’m so use to telling you how much I pay for things. 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA           This would also be really cute with branches if you don’t have skewers on hand.

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA                                           I had some moss left over from THIS project.

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         Check to see if you have any paper or gaps showing. If you do just use a little moss to fill in the holes.

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         There ya have it………

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA         super easy, cheap, and cute if I do say so myself!

 

If you’re in the mood for a little Halloween inspiration mosey on over to the links below. I posted a ton inspiration pictures last year.

-Halloween Home Decor
-All About Pumpkins
-Halloween Costumes
- Ghoulish Food

On a random note: I’m having a lot of fun over on Domestic Princess in Training’s Facebook Page! It’s nice seeing your faces and chatting with you a bit! Click HERE to join in on the fun! I would love to see your sweet mug too!

I’m linking up with:
Southern Hospitality

27 comments:

  1. Adorable....what a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing! You're so creative! =) XO ~Liz

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  2. Isn't the $1 Store great! I just picked up a great fall wreath there the other day. I can't wait to jazz it up. Very cute!

    I hope you can stop by this Sunday to my Show Off Sunday Party. I would love for you to share your project with my followers. :)

    http://houseofthriftydecor.blogspot.com/

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  3. That is darling!! I just shared it on my Tatertots Fb page and linked to you :)

    xox
    Jen

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  4. LOVE this, Kendra!!!! Pure awesomeness. :) I have some of those pumpkins from last year, I think!

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  5. Thanks for the inspiration, Kendra. This centerpiece is very pretty. Don't you just love all the colors of fall?

    Have a great weekend! La

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  6. whoa...easy and wouldn't put a hole in my pocket...will try this soon. thanks :)

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  7. Love it..I really need to get my fall stuff out this weekend and go to town..
    thanks for the inspiration to get off my butt.
    tammy

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  8. OH, I love it! So cute and so inexpensive! Perfection!

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  9. love your name and what you're trying to do...im officially following...join me at: mr-mrspancakes.blogspot.com

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  10. Such a cute decoration. You make it seem so easy

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  11. Thanks for the tutorial ! I must try it.

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  12. Thanks, I've got all the supplies and will give this a try tomorrow.

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  13. looks great and thanks for the skewer idea, just what I needed.. its so good in blogland where folks are willing to freely share their tip. I hope everyone knows this act of kindness is Appreciated..

    happy fall
    Sonny

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  14. Great idea. I've collected many of those dollar store items through the years. It's great what you've done with them.

    I host a weekly meme called Seasonal Sundays (linking is open until Mondays) and it's all about what the season means to YOU. I'd love to have you and your creative seasonal decor come join me.

    - The Tablescaper

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  15. Makes a very attractive centerpiece. Love your container! ~ Sarah

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  16. Hi Kendra...I love this craft...easy too!!~ Your blog is fun and inspirational, I just became a follower. Look forward to more.

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  17. Now that's my idea of a good craft. Instant gratification! Very cute : )

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  18. What a simple idea, and it looks lovely. It's amazing what can be done on a few dollars at the dollar store!!

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  19. Cute and simple, love it.
    And don't we all just love old silver plated ice buckets for everything now. I have a couple and wouldn't mine more, great to put all sorts of things in.
    Fun blog!
    Linda

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  20. It's funny how simple and inexpensive items can make such a big statement! That urn is to die for! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Lacy

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  21. what a great idea! thanks for sharing. joining you at Southern Hospitality.
    Karen

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  22. Cute idea! Stopping by from Southern Hospitality!

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  23. Oh, you're so smart! This is a great idea! I have always wondered how those little pumpkins stayed put! I've always just place mine down and they'd roll out!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  24. Cute NIFTY THRIFTY fall decor...thanks for sharing your idea! Happy Fall!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  25. Love it. Love it even more when it's inexpensive!

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