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Holiday Centerpiece

Holiday Centerpiece

Holiday Centerpiece

 

So cheer. Much Merry.

Do you have some random items that move from place to place in your house, but can never find a permanent home? That was this rectangle mirror for about five years in my apartment. Then inspiration struck, and a few pickle jars, tea lights, Hobby Lobby Christmas clearance aisles and broken ornaments, laterโ€ฆta da!

Using my mirrorย and some recycled jars, it cost me about $7 to put together. Itโ€™s so festive, and it gives perfect mood lighting of your coffee table or dining room.

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Aerial view for tall guest ๐Ÿ˜‰

I used a couple of mason jars as well as a pickle jar, pasta sauce and salsa jar. I like the variation of sizes. I have found the best way to remove labels form jars is really hot soapy water, and a butter knife. I use goo gone to remove any tacky left behind, and lastly nail polish remover instantly wipes off the expiration stamp on the jar.

My daughter and I had fun adding sequins and glitter to a couple of the jars. You can never have enough glitz and glam for Christmas, right?! Itโ€™s as simple as dipping the jar in craft glue, and sprinkling glitter on them. Place it upside down to dry!

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I found the berries, evergreen branches and crystals at Hobby Lobby. I used wire cutter to separate the evergreen branches. The red balls are simply ornaments from Big Lotโ€™s, and I pulled the hangers out of the top.

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That about covers it! I imagine there are endless ways you could customize this to fit your decor color scheme. I would love to see what you come up with! Please share you version, or your questions in the comments.

See you next time!

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