A Country Christmas Centerpiece with Buffalo Plaid
Throw this rustic style centerpiece together in minutes to get the perfect look for your parties this Holiday season!
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Who else here can’t get enough of this buffalo check print?? Or wait is it buffalo plaid? Tartan? Whatever it is called, it is pretty, and it is everywhere! Of course my Christmas centerpiece wouldn’t be complete without it.
Since Christmas is my absolute favorite holiday, it is hard for me to hold off on decorating. Life is short, why wait? I headed off to Target for inspiration… and well, we now the rest goes. You don’t simply go in to Target without snagging some pretty things.
That is right my friends, ALL of these decorations are from Target. It doesn’t get much easier than that! Here’s all my loot:
The little truck and camper aren’t pictured, but they are also from Target. If you want to get the supplies that you need to create this pretty little Christmas centerpiece, but you don’t want to leave the house… they offer free shipping with orders over 25 bucks! 🙂
So once you have the goods, this is how easy it is to put this all together:
- Put down place mat and log round
- Fill vase half way with fake snow
- Wrap garland ties around your finger or a pencil to curl them (or just leave them straight)
- String mini lights around your evergreen arrangement
- Set truck and camper in front of the vase, and on the log round
- Secure JOY ornament on the vase or hang from one or two of the garland ties
- DONE 🙂 You now have a country Christmas centerpiece to match all of your farmhouse style decor 😉
Super easy, and super pretty! If you are in a creative slump or just don’t have an eye for decor then I hope this give you some inspiration. Be sure to check back in a few weeks for my buffalo plaid wreath!
Decorating for the holidays gets me giddy, but my favorite thing about Christmas time is our family traditions. You can check out my post on that here.
What is your favorite thing about the holiday season? Let me know in the comments!
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