Easy Fall Centerpiece

Easy Fall Centerpiece Ideas

I don’t usually have a ton of Fall decorations at my house and always jump from Halloween to Christmas.  I have no idea what happens in between!  So, this year I decided to take on some simple decorations. Here are a few easy fall centerpiece ideas for your home.

DIY Wooden Bead Garland

I found these wooden beads on sale at Michaels for 70% off. Since they are such beautiful fall colors, I decided to make a simple wood bead garland. I have a quick video reel on Instagram. This would make a great addition to a fall centerpiece on your dining table, coffee table, or draped over a bottle like this one.

Wooden Beads for Fall Decor

Easy Chalk Paint Pumpkins

Upcycle some boring plastic (or real) pumpkins and gourds with chalk paint. Get the full tutorial here: Chalk Paint Pumpkin Fall Centerpiece.

upcycled-chalk-paint-pumpkins

Foam Pumpkin fall centerpiece

Buy artificial fall greenery and flowers to make this pretty bouquet. Get the full tutorial here: Foam Pumpkin Bouquet.

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Easy Fall Centerpiece with Spray Painted Pumpkins

I like this centerpiece idea is because it’s inexpensive, easy, and requires no storage because it’s made from real pumpkins and greenery from my back yard. I already have too many boxes of Halloween and Christmas in my garage…hmmm…maybe that’s why I don’t decorate for Fall!

For this project you will need:

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Instructions

I bought a bag of small pumpkins at the grocery store.  These are typically about $5.00 or less (at least around here).

I spray painted them with metallic silver spray paint in a well-ventilated area.

Next I cut some greenery from my back yard.

I used a vintage toolbox I bought from one of my flea market trips months ago.  I filled it with the greenery and recycled mason jars.

Finally, I added the spray painted pumpkins and tea lights.

That’s it!  Easy peasey!! Here are some after pictures.

This article was originally published in 2012 and has since been updated and improved. 

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6 Comments

    1. What a fresh and inexpensive DIY centerpiece! This is so cute. Pumpkins like this are cheap too at the grocery store. Thank you I love your site!

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