Garden theme centerpieces are perfect any time of the year as they can reflect what’s going on in your own garden so they can be used summer, spring, winter or fall.
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- floral oasis
- fishing line
- sheet moss
- floral sticks
- garden sheers
- dried craft mushrooms
- decorative butterflies
- 3-4 flowers stems
To cut the oasis, use the fishing line to draw a straight line down the center. Once you have this cut it will fit nicely into your container. If you need to take additional off the sides, just use your fishing line to make it the size that works for your container. Place the moss on top.
Once you have your moss in place use your floral sticks to place the mushrooms. Your floral sticks come in varying lengths. Cut them to size depending upon the height of your container. Place them in the oasis, leaving a little bit on top sticking out. Start to place the mushrooms on top of the sticks. The mushrooms should have a hollow center which allows them to sit right on top of the sticks.
Fluff up the moss as needed then continue to place the different colored mushrooms on top of the sticks. Push them down a little bit further if needed.
Once the mushrooms are in, use the floral sticks to create a hole to push your flowers into. The sharp end works really well. I also recommend using flowers that have a stronger stem. They will push easily into the oasis as opposed to a loose stem which will not. Start to place your flowers into the wet oasis and then move the box around filling in.
Create a natural look by grouping the flowers together. Once that is done you can start to bring in other woodland or garden items.
This garden inspired centerpiece will bring the garden into your home and table.
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4 Replies to “DIY Garden Themed Centerpieces”
These are awesome Krayl! They are being featured on That’s Fresh Friday tonight and I pinned them to our group board. Thanks so much for sharing.
Thank you for stopping by Kathy! I am glad you like the post!