5 DIY Christmas Centerpieces Under $25

Forget the florist –– a little DIY elbow grease and $25 (or less) is all you need to make these show-stopping Christmas centerpieces.

By: Manvi Drona-Hidalgo

Photo By: Sweet Tea Photography ©Sweet Tea Photography

Hanging Baby's Breath Centerpiece

Take inexpensive baby's breath out of the background and into the spotlight with this hanging centerpiece. Use a round ball of floral foam, floral wire and monofilament to suspend this ethereal arrangement over the table.

Modern Striped Trees

Cut balsa wood or even cardboard into two equal-sized triangles and put together to form a T. Boom: You have a tree for your centerpiece! Paint with craft paint in stripes, snowflakes or the design of you choice.

Embroidery-Hoop Wreath Centerpiece

Turn leftover embroidery hoops into hanging wreaths studded with a few seasonal florals. Here, we attached dusty miller, roses and babys breath with floral wire.

DIY Painted Vase

Turn a leftover floral vase into a high-end centerpiece vessel with drips of liquid gold leaf and white glass paint.

Ombre Ornament Centerpiece

Inexpensive glass ornaments can become showstoppers when filled with ombre paint and hung above the table alongside sequins.

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