There’s nothing better than preparing a holiday tablescape for a Thanksgiving feast to end all feasts. And at the very heart of all well dressed dinner tables, is a well dressed centerpiece.
How to Make a Thanksgiving Centerpiece
Now you could head down to the store to find your table decor. There are plenty of pretty pieces to choose from.
Or, if you’re feeling a little more adventurous this year, you could try your hand at making this beauty of a wheat grass centerpiece – really push the boat out and create something totally unique.
What we love about this crated centerpiece is its versatility. You can transform this piece from an elegant Fall or Thanksgiving table display, to a flourishing flower box in the summer, or a snow covered Christmas scene in the winter.
See, versatile, just like we said.
If you’re not a natural DIYer and you’re thinking this may be a little beyond your skill level, fear not. Bonnie, the creator of this piece, assures us that this really isn’t difficult to craft.
So gather together your tools, a wooden crate and some dried wheat and head on over to Uncommon Designs for the full tutorial on how to make a wheat centerpiece of your own.
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