Spruce up your dining room with this fall table centerpiece
I’ve been looking for some affordable ways to add more fall decor in our home. We had some weathered 4x4s that were perfect for the tealight holder I wanted to make! And my handy hubby knew just how to do it!
First, he cut it down to 24″. Then he measured and used his drill press to drill seven holes for the tea light into the wood. You can also use your power drill with a paddle bit to drill your holes.
I stained the wood and then we used our Cricut to make the “Thankful” stencil. If you don’t’ have a Cricut, you could always purchase a stencil or make your own as I did with my wood “Welcome” sign.
I placed the stencil evenly on the wood and painted it. After it dried, all that was left was to add the tealights!
I finished setting the table with our chargers and plates and these fun little fall decorations I made last year. You can find the tutorial here! Then I added some brass candlesticks to either side of the tealight holder.
To our buffet, I added a burlap runner and some faux pumpkins on our decorative scale. I hung these cute canvas signs and the fun leaf garland I found at Hobby Lobby.
And done! I love how our rustic fall table centerpiece adds some warmth to our dining room! What fall touches do you enjoy adding to your home?
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