DIY Pip Berry Centerpiece / Wreath
Are you looking for a way to dress up your holiday table? Today I am sharing a quick and easy method to create a pip berry wreath. I plan to use this wreath as a centerpiece for my holiday table, but you can hang it on a wall or door instead.
The supplies you will need are as follows:
- Pip berry garland
- Craft wire
- Mason jar or candle (optional)
Wrap the end of the garland once around the mason jar and shape it to achieve a somewhat even circle. Perfection doesn't count for this project -- I told you it was easy!
Cut a piece of craft wire and secure in place.
Continue wrapping the garland and secure in place as you go with the craft wire. I ended up securing in four places (12 o'clock, 3, 6, and 9).
After the entire garland is finished I like to hang the wreath up to get a different perspective and then make adjustments as needed. I simply hung the inner circle of the wreath on a nail. But you could create a loop with craft wire if you prefer.
And here it is ready for a centerpiece. I added a tea light to the mason jar, but it's difficult to see in the daylight! You could use a large candle instead of the mason jar.
|Centerpiece for the holiday table!|
|The tea light is difficult to see in the day light, |
but it is resting on strips of cut paper.
|Aren't the colors luscious?|
|I like the old-fashioned organic look of this centerpiece. |
Nothing too fancy around here!
Other than being quick and easy, my other favorite thing about this project is you can quickly convert it back into a garland just by clipping off the craft wire.