Table Centerpieces: From Fall to Winter

I did some quick and simple swap out for my table centerpieces… from fall to winter. 

My dinner table centerpiece went from a bowl of gourds to a bowl of pine cones. I spray painted the pine cones white and sprinkled them with glitter while the paint was still wet. Simple.

Remember my frame turned tray? I love it and had to keep it as my coffee table centerpiece… So out moved the burlap fall subway art, and in moved a new piece of burlap and doilies. Bye bye pumpkins, and hello Mr. Snowman. Along with him, Mr. Snowman brought some pine cones and cinnamon sticks. Thank you Mr. Snowman.

That’s not all. Take off Mr. Snowman’s hat, and inside you will find some peppermint candy too. Enjoy!

9 Comments

  1. December 10, 2012  9:38 am by ColleenB. Reply

    Beautiful transformation. Like what you have done
    Did you also make / decorate that snowman tin as well? He could use a few snowballs :}

  2. December 10, 2012  12:59 pm by Claudine Reply

    Hi, Maysem!!! I love the changes!!! Great ideas!!!
    Hugs!

  3. December 10, 2012  3:54 pm by sahara Reply

    LOVE!!!

  4. December 10, 2012  9:01 pm by Amy of While Wearing Heels Reply

    Maysem, your fall to winter transformation looks great. I love that frame turned tray...I loved it when you first showed it off and I love it even more with the doilies and snowman.

  5. December 11, 2012  10:49 am by Jess Reply

    Cute as can be! I love the cinnamon sticks in the mason jar - completely brilliant.

  6. December 11, 2012  11:09 pm by michele@hellolovelyinc Reply

    loved the sprayed pinecones!

    if you haven't already, we would love to have you stop by the blog for our giveaway!

    smiles to you.

    michele

  7. December 15, 2012  10:53 am by kim@toomuchtime Reply

    Love the blue jar of cinnamon sticks! Thanks for sharing your great ideas.
    xxx
    Kim

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