Make a Simple Fall Centerpiece Craft 6

dishes“Simple Fall Centerpiece”

#TBCCrafters Hop

There’s been a lot going on these past few weeks, so I figured I was going to take it a bit easy this week.  I saw this Fall centerpiece on a blog “friend’s” site and thought it would be fun to try out.  I had an odd shaped vase sitting around that my wonderful husband had purchased for me weeks ago when he brought me home some flowers, so I figured that would work perfectly.  I’m one who doesn’t get rid of much that could be used for a craft later on!!

Also, what you put inside is completely up to you.  I had first decided to use the rocks I bought from the Dollar Tree but figured it would make more sense to use some of the unpopped corn we had laying around, since it was around the Thanksgiving holiday time.  I got the little pieces I used to put inside at the Dollar Tree as well, so all in all, this cost me about $2.00!!

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“Simple Fall Centerpiece” Craft

Materials/Tools Needed:

  • Clear Vase
  • Unpopped Corn or Other Filler
  • Tall Stemmed Accessories (Wheat, Grass, Etc.)
  • & Time

Being by making sure your vase is clean and dry, ready to be “wowed” with what you’re going to use it for.  Dump the unpopped kernels into the vase to whatever height you wish – if you’re using other materials, amount needed might change.

Fall Centerpiece

Next, measure the foliage you’re using.  Cut it to fit in the vase at the height you wish – there’s no right or wrong here.

Fall Centerpiece

When you’ve finished cutting them, dispose of the excess and insert the pieces into your vase however you wish.

Fall Centerpiece

Now you can display it on the table, or anywhere in your home you want a little “Fall Fancy”.  I decided to place them on our wood stove with the “Pumpkin Fall Decor” that I made last week. Let me know what your favorite Fall type decoration is and if you have a link to yours!  Hope you like it!!

Fall Centerpiece


“The (Autumn) meadows are covered with flocks, and the valleys are mantled with grain; they shout for joy and sing.” -Psalm 65:13

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Rose Powell
10 years ago

I love this! Popcorn is a great idea, the colors are so lovely, my faves for the fall! Keeping this idea for upcoming Thanksgiving!

10 years ago

Simple but pretty! Love using popcorn, it’s such a great fall color! Pinned and Tweeted!

Ellen Christian (@scentednights)

What a cute idea. I never would have thought to use popcorn!