Easy Fall Centerpiece using mini pumpkin

By Karin Brosnan - Thursday, October 09, 2014

I love using my 3- tiered metal serveware stand that I bought from pick your plum and I couldn't wait to create a quick and Easy Fall Centerpiece using mini pumpkins.
Easy fall centerpiece, mini pumpkins, the style sisters
I simply bought a bunch of mini pumpkins in Orange and white and plopped them in each of the 3 tiers then, around the center tier I added a small grapevine wreath that I attached some fall leaf garland to.
Easy fall centerpiece using mini pumpkins
I love the woodsy texture from the grapevine wreath and leaves and the pop of the Orange and white colors from the mini pumpkins against the smooth metal. Do any of you remember the 3 tiered fall centerpiece I made using stacked clear glass cake stands, scalloped edged newspaper and orange ribbon? It's a very inexpensive way to get a cool Halloween tiered cake stand.
Easy 3 tiered fall centerpiece, mini pumpkins
Here's another idea why not make your centerpiece edible? Remember those yummy caramel apples I made the other day? I used them in this centerpiece without the wreath. You could use plain apples if you don't have any caramel apples handy. How about using pinecones, red and green apples and some greenery for Christmas. I really want to add some candles and make a spooky one for Halloween!
Easy fall centerpiece mini pumpkins,caramel apples
What things would you use to fill this up for Halloween?
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  1. Love these! I still keep hoping that Pick your Plum will offer that 3-tired stacking stand again. Let me know if you find a similar one anywhere. :)

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  2. Melissa I will keep you posted for sure on these 3 tiered stacking stands.. Both my mom and I could kick ourselves that we didn't buy more for gifts!! I will post about them if pick your plum sells more or if I can find them somewhere else.
    Karin :)

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  3. Karin, I LOVE that stand, and I love the ways you've decorated it. Thanks for the inspiration. laurie

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