DIY Neutral and Natural Fall Centerpiece

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.


I am so excited to be teaming up with Hobby Lobby for this sponsored DIY Fall Centerpiece. Fall is my favorite time of year and favorite holiday decor! I went with a simple, neutral and natural centerpiece that I know you will love!

I use mostly neutral colors with my fall decor; lots of whites, creams, greens, browns, etc. and love that this color scheme works well with my everyday decor. I also wanted to incorporate a lot of natural elements that add texture and the organic look and feel and can be used year round.



The Fall Collection at Hobby Lobby is awesome this year and made this centerpiece super easy! Don’t forget to use your 40% off coupon!


Step One: I started off with a clean table, no table runner or tablecloth. I clipped the limbs off all 4 of the eucalyptus branches and arranged them in a small oval like shape, facing out. This created a bed and frame for the centerpiece. 


Step Two: Then I started placing the pumpkins, starting with the largest pumpkin in the center and then placing the smaller pumpkins around it.

Fall-Tablescape-Step2Step Three: Then take your succulent picks and start filling in some of the gaps between the pumpkins.


Step Four: Then I cut the hydrangeas off my hydrangea bush and started filling in the gaps. You don’t want this to be too symmetrical so try to keep the fillers random. I even used some of the vine like elements off the bush to add to the natural look of it.



That’s all! You can move things around to suit your taste, add more succulents, different colored hydrangeas or tweak to suit your style! This only took about 15 minutes so it was quick and easy!



I also wanted to show you how well this works with placesettings once you want to get your table ready!


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.

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