5 Minutes To Fabulous! An Easy Winter Centerpiece

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I will show you how to make a fabulous winter centerpiece in only 5 minutes with this easy tutorial!5 minute winter centerpiece || Worthing Court.

After all of the excesses of Christmas, I am always more than ready for easy decorating in January!  I have zero interest in creating anything complicated or time consuming.  In other words, I’m all decorated out this time of year!

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Super easy and fast winter centerpiece in a dough bowl with candles and little snowflakes.

I literally put this winter centerpiece together in 5 minutes!  You can probably tell how easy it would be to duplicate.

Easy farmhouse winter centeripece with lots of greenery.

Any kind of a container or basket will do – it doesn’t have to be a dough bowl.  I added the long wicker basket under it, because the dough bowl looked lonely and disconnected without a little something else.

Simple and fast farmhouse winter centerpiece using a dough bowl, white candles and faux Christmas greenery || Worthing Court

After placing the basket and bowl on the table, I added three candles to the center of the bowl.  Then I went to town tucking various types of faux greenery in the basket and in the dough bowl.  Shhh…don’t tell anyone, but I placed a scrap piece of wood in the bottom of the dough bowl before I added the candles.  The bottom of the bowl was too curvy for them to stand up straight.  And of course, you can’t even see the board with all of the greenery.

There are three white candles in the centerpiece.

To drive home the winter theme, I added cute snowflakes that I cut out of white cardstock with a paper punch.

Up close picture of the pinecones in the centerpiece.

And adding a neutral colored table runner seems to ground the table arrangement and help it not seem like it’s “floating” out of nowhere.  Make sense?

The centerpiece on the dining room table.

How about you – are you experiencing decorating burnout now that Christmas is over?  If so, try something super easy and see if that doesn’t get you right back into the groove!

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1. BLACK AND WHITE TABLE RUNNER

2. WOODEN DOUGH BOWL

3. GALVANIZED METAL TRAY WITH HANDLES

4. ARTIFICIAL PINE BRANCH SPRAY – PACKAGE OF 6

5. WHITE 6″ PILLAR CANDLES – SET OF 2

6. SNOWFLAKE SHAPE PAPER PUNCH

7. WHITE CARDSTOCK PAPER – 50 SHEETS

Looking for more winter decorating ideas?  Take a look at my winter fireplace for this year and last from year.

MY AFTER CHRISTMAS SNOWY WINTER FIREPLACE

My Snowy Winter Fireplace || Worthing Court

MY WINTER FIREPLACE AND MANTEL

My Winter Fireplace And Mantel || Worthing Court

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33 Comments

  1. Such a pretty centerpiece for winter! I love how you stacked two trays together to give it more height. And the tip about adding a table runner is so smart. I always wondered why my centerpieces didn’t quite look right.

    Thanks so much for the inspiration!

    {BIG hugs}
    ~ Ashley

  2. Anne Marie says:

    Beautiful centerpiece!

  3. Beautiful! I love using my dough bowl as a centerpiece. Thanks for the reminder.

  4. Carol B Jones says:

    So lovely…a great combination…Love the idea of stacking. This could be done with any container chosen. Keep the ideas coming.

  5. Centerpiece looks great!

  6. Debbie Houston says:

    Love how you make something so simple, beautiful!

  7. Love the dough bowl. Your centerpiece looks great and perfect for winter. I am still looking for the right bowl for the right price.

  8. It is so beautiful & simple. Sometimes the simple ideas are the most beautiful.

  9. Love your centerpiece for winter and for Christmas.

  10. Laura Santo says:

    Love the centerpiece. Also, every time I see a photo of your fireplace I look at mine which is natural brick. I wonder, would my fireplace look good painted white? I may just paint it!

  11. Dianne Lanier says:

    The basket really completed the centerpiece. Good choice.

  12. Marty Oravetz says:

    Love your dough bowl, gorgeous.

  13. Mary Chris says:

    looks cozy on a cold winter day. I like the snowflakes with the greens.

  14. mattsgramma says:

    You don’t look decorated out at all! Love the after Christmas ideas.

  15. That is a perfect after Christmas centerpiece

  16. Patty Soriano says:

    I need to find my dough bowl. It’s not a real antique, but I love the rough cut bowl. I would not have thought about using the basket underneath, but I really like that look. Thanks for the ideas!

  17. Great centerpiece. I also use candles and greenery (real) to make everything look natural.

  18. Wanda Flowers says:

    So very beautiful and simple done, and that is what i am looking for a centerpiece for my table! and the beautiful wreath on the fire place was very different and love that also, keep your wonderful ideals a coming! i love coming to this gorgeous web-site!

  19. Carol Elkins says:

    Cute centerpiece for winter!

  20. Nancy Walden says:

    Pretty centerpiece and good example of how to create something quick and easy! I have a large mercury glass candle on my dining table and you’ve inspired me to look around my house to find something to add to it to ground it!

  21. Of course…wood to stabilize the candles…why couldn’t I think of that? Great centerpiece…not too much…just enough! 😉

  22. I LOVE the centerpiece! I have a galvanized tin tray that I’ll use since I don’t have anything like a dough bowl. Thanks so much for this idea. I can’t wait to get started.

  23. That is a really pretty table arrangement. Thank you for sharing how you did it.

  24. Simple, quick, and easy. Very pretty.

  25. Pam Cates says:

    Love your Winter Centerpiece! It is so hard to decorate when Christmas decor is put away. You’ve given me some great ideas! Thanks!

  26. Candy Thomas says:

    I had already been inspired by your centerpiece and made mine in a weathered oblong basket with one candle and no snowflakes because well, no paper punch! I love all your designs!!

  27. Candy Walsh says:

    Your winter centerpiece is beautiful, I usually leave the same wooden tray with the same candlesticks, etc on ths table all year except for Christmas. And your mantle is always an eye catcher no matter what season it is!

  28. Sandy Hunter says:

    I love your after Christmas snowy fireplace. And your centerpiece is beautiful.

  29. VICKIE ADKISSON says:

    Love the January mantel! Beautiful!

  30. Thank you for the tips and inspiration. Tmrw is a day of rest and I think I will try this.

  31. This was so well-thought out and very appealing. One of my favorites on your blog.

  32. Pretty! I love your wooden dough bowl!

  33. Ellen Sorce says:

    Simple elegance.