The Style Sisters

Centerpiece Wednesday

Welcome to Cemterpiece Wednesday!
I was looking at one of my boards on Pinterest....and found some fun Centerpiece ideas to share with you.
Below is one of my own creations...using an old book that has been folded into a unique shape allows you to place a plate on top and add fun items like a little bird, some pancakes and strawberries for a fun Cemterpiece idea. Cheap and easy!
Bucketsofburlap.blogspot.com used an old shutter placed down the center of her table with a turqoise wooden bucket filled with branches of blossoms for a fantastic look!
I am on he hunt for old shutters now!

Meggielynne.tumblr.com uses mason jars tied together and filled with all white flowers for an elegant but simple look. I love how this looks!

Countryliving.com uses old buckets once again filled with large Sunflowers and little white daisy's for a perfect country look. I really like how they used the brown paper inside the dishes for serving too.

Luxefinds.com posted this picture of tin cans painted in different shades of copper and white filled with white flowers...I really like how they use one color of flowers to make a huge statement and painting the tin cans is just brilliant!

We can't wait to see what has been the centerpiece of your week!

Please link up with whatever you have been working on...a new recipe, a furniture re-do, a craft project and of course a fun centerpiece.

We love to see all your creative ideas...it inspires us! I will be off camping in the mountains with my family..so that will be my centerpiece for the week :)

 

5 comments:

  1. What great centerpiece ideas! Thanks for hosting :)

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  2. Beautiful centerpiece ideas! Thanks for hosting...Christine

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  3. So many creative ideas. Thanks for sharing and hosting

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  4. Love them all, especially the shutter and the mason jars tied together with a bow. They're so summery and perfect for an outdoor dinner. If only the weather in TX would cooperate. :)

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