I am excited to be a part of the Creative Christmas Link Party today. I belong to a Blogging 50 Tribe. Each of us are sharing a creative Christmas post today. I thought it would a great time to show you How To Make a Christmas Ornament Centerpiece.
Today’s Creative Christmas Link Party is hosted by Janet from Shabbyfufu. I have admired her style for years now. AND, you can see why, right?
How To Make a Christmas Ornament Centerpiece can be as intricate or as simple as you want. It is up to your style and taste. The fun part is that you can “play” around and enjoy the process. It is suppose to be an enjoyable experience.
I created a three tiered tray with my collection of pedestals and cake plates. The one in the middle was purchased at Home Goods and the other two were gifts.
I started with a larger cake plate and used my smaller pedestals to create a tiered tray. Easy peasy.
Using the ornaments in various shapes, sizes and colors, I placed each ornament on the trays. I didn’t worry about size or shape. For my taste and style, I like a mismatched look.
Once the ornaments were placed, I statically added mini lights (purchased at Wal-mart) and some iridescent “grass” in-between the ornaments. (I wish I could remember where I bought the grass. It may have been Wal-mart or Hobby Lobby.)
My style in How To Make a Christmas Ornament Centerpiece might vary from what you would choose. And that is what creativity is all about, isn’t it?
The lights and “grass add texture to your Christmas ornament display.
The tiered trays look beautiful with the light from the sun flowing through, don’t they?
Thanks for stopping by so I could share my blog post on How To Make a Christmas Ornament Centerpiece. I am always happy when you visit.
Once again, thanks to Janet for organizing a creative Christmas party. I love being inspired by others, don’t you. Enjoy as you take time to visit each link below.
Make it a wonderful day…