My friends remind me to not overthink things. And when I come up with these sixty-second blog ideas I am reminded that my thoughts get in the way of my creativity. This must explain how I created I created the cutest fall centerpiece while waiting for these to finish up in the dryer.
I absolutely love, love, love my autumn bucket arrangement for my dining room. Instead of turning my dining room into a harvest resembling a Hobby Lobby sale aisle, I went with my go-to decor staple and was done in under a minute.
HOW TO MAKE THE CUTEST FALL CENTERPIECE
If you are a frequent visitor to Everyday Edits you know I love a bucket like this one. Buckets are inexpensive and paint tolerant. And, the handle makes it easy to clear them from a kitchen or dining room table. If you follow me on Instagram you have likely seen my creamy white bucket!
Oh and they work with both inside and outside decor.
What is not to love about a bucket?
- a metal bucket
- random floral stems
- empty toilet paper rolls or packing paper
- toss in some dead branches from the yard or your grandma’s yar
That’s it! My metal bucket was already painted.
- gather supplies
- line the bucket with packing paper
- I used this tip to anchor my fall stems.
I mixed and matched my leaf stems and greenery stems because our Colorado fall season is sometimes hotter than our dog days of summer. In between the leaf stems, I snuck in a few dead branches from our backyard (and now in my office).
I added a lantern and loved my dining room table.
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