Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Easy Centerpiece

Here's an easy Thanksgiving centerpiece. Purchase a solid (8-10)grapevine ball from your local crafts store, as well as silk fall leaves, mini pumpkins, acorns,and raffia. Hot glue with reckless abandon (but not reckless enough to burn yourself)!

You could also use your own real leaves and nuts. Just realize that your lovely creation will need doctoring up for next year if you do.


Check out Scribbit's site for more Winter Bazaar ideas and Rocks in my Dryer for more Works for me Wednesday posts.

A few of my previous WFMW posts:
Paint like a pro
Organizing bags
Secret to beautiful wood floors
Sunday Jar
Family Fun
Math is fun
Behavior incentives
Road trips w/kids
Job charts
Kids' snacks

9 comments:

Family O'Foxes said...

way cute!

I will have to search for a grapevine ball.

~Amy

Dana said...

Thanks for the neat idea!

jubilee said...

What a colorful and unique idea. Thanks.

Ribbon Rock Star said...

Oh, I love it Corrie!

Linda

amyswandering said...

Too cute!

Cocoa said...

This is a cute idea. How do you keep the ball from rolling? I can picture my girls rolling this all over the table just amuse themselves.

Amy W said...

Looks easy and way cute!

Corrie said...

My ball has a flat bottom, it's more of a grapevine pumpkin. It doesn't roll; you may want to test yours out at the craft store.

Scribbit said...

I've never seen a grapevine ball before, though I'm sure Michael's would have one. So pretty and so simple!