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How To Make a Christmas Centerpiece


Christmas Centerpiece Spruce up any tabletop with a Christmas Centerpiece. You’ll see that it gives your room a warm and festive feel. Download a PDF version of this project.



Step 1: Flock the wreath

Flock the wreath  Lay the wreath flat and spray the flocking spray straight down onto the wreath. This will create a realistic look of snow with the heaviest coating on the top portions of the wreath. You can layer the flocking spray to create a look of thicker snow. Once you finish with the spray, set the wreath aside to dry for at least four to six hours so the spray can harden.

Step 2: Assemble the centerpiece

Assemble centerpiece  After your flocking spray has dried, the next step is to begin to assemble the centerpiece. Group a few of your LED votives in the center of your flat circular tray or cardboard. It’s best to use odd numbers of three or five for the best look. Then place your wreath over the candles so the edge of your tray is completely hidden.

Step 3: Add decorations

Add decorations  Use ribbon and small ornaments to add color to the centerpiece. Try to spread an even amount around the entire centerpiece. You don’t need much, just enough to add some extra color. Reflective ornaments are a nice way to add more sparkle.

Step 4: Add more light

Add more light  Add in the rest of your LED votives. It’s best to have a mix of short and tall votives in your centerpiece. Using LEDs with a soft yellow light gives a nice, warm look, but any LED candles will do the trick. We recommend using only LED candles, as traditional candles can be a fire hazard in the middle of the centerpiece.

Step 5: Make it snow

Make it snow  Lastly, add some more snow. Sprinkle the instant snow around the centerpiece. Try to fill up any empty spots as you give it that finished snowy look. Now your Christmas Centerpiece is ready to be set on any table that you would like to warm up with this beautiful decoration.