Green Centerpiece for a Holiday Table

Create a chic, low centerpiece to add a touch of sparkle to your holiday table decorations.
Green Centerpiece for a Holiday Table

Green Centerpiece for a Holiday Table

Create a chic, low centerpiece to add a touch of sparkle to your holiday table decorations.

Materials and Tools:

rectangular silver vase or container
green moss
10-12 flocked green pinecones
3-4 frosted green mini glass ball clusters
1-2 bricks of floral foam (dependant upon the size of container)
sharp knife for cutting foam
hot glue gun and glue sticks

Steps:

Gluing Moss on Bricks

Gluing Moss on Bricks

If the floral foam bricks are taller than your chosen container, cut them so they are 1 inch shorter than the container. Line bottom of rectangular container with floral bricks, attaching them to the container's bottom and sides with hot glue. Attach green moss to the floral foam with hot glue, allow the moss to overlap the rim of the rectangular container.

If the floral foam bricks are taller than your chosen container, cut them so they are 1 inch shorter than the container. Line bottom of rectangular container with floral bricks, attaching them to the container's bottom and sides with hot glue. Attach green moss to the floral foam with hot glue, allow the moss to overlap the rim of the rectangular container.

1. If the floral foam bricks are taller than your chosen container, cut them so they are 1 inch shorter than the container. Line bottom of rectangular container with floral bricks, attaching them to the container's bottom and sides with hot glue.

2. Attach green moss to the floral foam with hot glue, allow the moss to overlap the rim of the rectangular container.

Gluing Down Pinecones

Gluing Down Pinecones

Next, arrange the flocked green pinecones on the moss, making sure to vary each pinecone's position and to allow the pinecones to overlap the container's edge. Once you are satisfied with the arrangement, attach the pinecones to the moss and container's edge with hot glue.

Next, arrange the flocked green pinecones on the moss, making sure to vary each pinecone's position and to allow the pinecones to overlap the container's edge. Once you are satisfied with the arrangement, attach the pinecones to the moss and container's edge with hot glue.

3. Next, arrange the flocked green pinecones on the moss, making sure to vary each pinecone's position and to allow the pinecones to overlap the container's edge. Once you are satisfied with the arrangement, attach the pinecones to the moss and container's edge with hot glue.

4. Fill in gaps between pinecones with frosted ornament clusters, hot gluing the ornaments in place.

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