A Fall centerpiece


As much as I liked the centerpiece on my coffee table, it really needed a Fall makeover.

My new centerpiece took me less than 10 minutes to put together and was free!

(I only used stuff I had laying around the house)



To create this super cute centerpiece, I took the tray from the last centerpiece, set it on top of a placemat I already had, and added some fake leaves.


Then I added two dollar store glass vases and a few fake plastic acorns and apples from the Dollar Spot at Target.


You can see that I was playing around with which size candle to use.

I decided I wanted to have the little ones because I thought they were cuter, but they needed something under them to raise them up.

So I went to my pantry…

And came up with this:


I also wanted the candles to have something cute on them so I just took some hemp and leaves and tied them to the side of each candle.


Testing it out…


I love it. I can proceed now! Yay!

A lot of my crafts are trial and error. I just play around with different elements until I get a look I like.

Finally, I just added the glass jars back on the tray and I was done!


One thing to point out if you make your own display is to make the levels of the lentils at different heights. It gives it more depth.


I am very pleased with how this display turned out.

And seriously, it was really easy to throw together!


I have no idea what is going on with my newel and large decor ball in the background. Ha! Kids! I didn’t even notice until after I took the pictures. Silly kids. (But I did paint the newel green. It’s slowly coming along…)



Now I’m just one step closer to having a Fall house!


Except now I really should move things around a bit until the end of October to make room for all the


Have a great Fall, y’all!

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  1. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Your centerpiece looks great! Love the texture the lentils give the candles in the glass jars. Nicely done!

  2. I’m loving all of your fall decor! Very nice.

  3. I’m so bummed, I can’t load any of your photos. Do I need to do something to fix it?

  4. Looks great! Don’t you love when those vignettes come together quickly? Tks for the tip on the different heights of the candles πŸ˜‰

  5. Hi! I am your newest follower! Love your blog!

  6. Oh my yes…have to do Halloween!!! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰ Your fall decor looks fabulous!! Love the candles!

  7. very pretty! i love the idea for the candles!

  8. Love these!! I may have to steal your idea.

  9. Love all of these easy to do ideas. They look so lovely.

  10. Very lovely! I would have never thought to use lentils. They do have a perfectly tiny, pebbly look to them, don’t they? πŸ™‚

  11. this looks awesome – would have never thought about using lentils. hmmmmm. i might have to do this in my dining room.

  12. I’m lovin the lentils. I never would have thought about that!

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  13. Oh! I really love that! I wish you would have showed me that idea for a centerpiece before I started buying candy corn colors for our Fall Festival! I guess candy corns are more fun for kids…

  14. What a great idea! Beans are so in now and such an inexpensive way to look chic and expensive. πŸ˜€

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  16. lentils!! Ingenious!! I made something similiar (kind of liek the kindergarten version of yours:) And finally decided on coffee beans. Like yours better now:)

  17. I love this beautiful display. The lentils give it an earthy touch that looks really great! Perfect for Fall.

  18. Well done Allison, this is so impressive looking. I’ve featured it on Craft Gossip http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/easy-fall-centerpiece/

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  19. I love your centerpiece, all of of your fall projects!

  20. Beautiful centerpiece [the old one was too]. The lentils are a great idea, and I like how it’s ‘compact’, everything on a tray. Thanks for the inspiration, I’m going to try out something similar as soon as I find myself a nice tray for it.

  21. I love your centerpiece. I was feeling stuck and needed some ideas on dressing up our living room for fall and decided to go with yours:) Coming through from Thrifty Decor Chick..

  22. Those lentils are fascinating! Beautiful centerpiece!

  23. love it! you know i’ve been looking for a craft to do with coffee beans since i got several bags for free and since we don’t drink it i didn’t know what to do with them. i’m gonna try this, it looks great!

  24. I never thought of using lentils as vase filler. Genius! So inexpensive and they look like cute little pebbles.

  25. This is so pretty. I would never have thought about the lentils and they are just perfect!

  26. I β™₯ this centerpiece! I found it via pinterest, and I think it’s awesome that you used lentils in the glass with the candles. What a great inexpensive idea! I featured it over on my blog today.

  27. Very creative!!!


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