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I am kicking off mason jar week with these fall table centerpieces for home. This easy craft idea is perfect for your fall table or even Thanksgiving. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see the mason jar ideas from my blog partners for this series. Also, this one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design contributor. Now, let’s get to the instructions for this one.
Supplies needed to make these fall table centerpieces for home:
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- Copper Mercury Glass Mason Jars
- Copper Metallic Paint
- 8 x 8 Wood Canvas Board
- Faux Succulents
- Small Pumpkins
- Mini Pumpkins
The wood canvas is sort of like a tray when you turn it over. Start by giving it a few coats of the metallic paint on the “back” as this will be the side that we use for this project. Allow to dry completely before continuing.
Place two of the copper jars into the tray you have now painted. Fill in any extra space in the tray with the miniature pumpkins as shown below. NOTE: I used several of the small packages of these for this centerpiece.
Add any faux succulents that you love to the jars. I love that these look so great but require zero maintenance. Don’t love succulents? Add any faux or even real flowers that you love to this project.
Add these table centerpieces for your home to your table. I added some large artificial pumpkins on the table to complete the look. This is optional but I think it definitely sets the entire thing off.
Add this gorgeous touch of copper to your fall table with a quick and easy centerpiece that will look simply stunning.
Love these fall table centerpieces for home? You will also love the other fall jar ideas from my blog partners for this series. Just follow the links below!
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