Who doesn’t love a quick centerpiece you can throw together in minutes?
Let me show you how easy it is to make this centerpiece:
THE most important take away of this tutorial is simple: you can create this look for your Tablescape using any combination of stems and silk branches you want. You just need 4 branches that take up more visual space (think magnolia leaves), and 2 branches that are airier or provide some interesting texture or contrast (possibly smaller, thinner leaves that are a complimentary color or texture). Remember: wired branches make this a dream to work with.
As for the pumpkin in the middle? I made that years ago, but you can buy your own pumpkin, even a glass pumpkin could look cool in this design. You can make your own. Or heck, just buy a real pumpkin.
The silk leaves used in the tutorial were purchased at Hobby Lobby in 2020, however I’ve seen at least the copper stems (middle branches) restocked this year. They could have the mixed metallic stems as well and I missed them.
It’s going to take you longer to decide which branches you want to use and where the heck did you put your wire cutters, then it will to make this easy centerpiece.
The chinaware you see is vintage KMP lusterware from Czechoslovakia that I picked up at an estate sale, I absolutely love it, and the gold and amber tones are perfect for fall decorating and entertaining.
If you enjoy watching hauls, you’re going to love my hauls and finds playlist. I’m posting my finds from thrifts stores, ebay, estate sales, and all sorts of unique retailers I found online. Right now I’m sharing a TON of my Christmas finds.