How to Make a Christmas Centerpiece with Fresh Greens

Holiday budget tight? Learn how to make a Christmas centerpiece with fresh greens that’s inexpensive and easy to make.

How to Make a Christmas Centerpiece with Fresh Greens

For those of you who are entertaining this holiday season, while also keeping an eye on your budget, here’s a video I ran across showing you how to make a fragrant Christmas centerpiece that includes assorted evergreens, accented with a pillar candle.

This short video walks you through the steps it takes to put together this beautiful Christmas centerpiece, even if it’s your first attempt at making one.

If you’re new to floral design, this video will answer many of the questions you might have about designing a Christmas centerpiece.

I think it’s a video you will really love, especially if you are a true DIYer. Take a look and see if you feel the same way as we do!

Pretty easy to do, don’t you think? I’m willing to bet you would like to try your hand at making one, too!

If that’s the case, all of the holiday greens and supplies you’ll need can be purchased from your local florist, garden center, or craft store. You could also do a little foraging for the evergreens, too. Whatever works best for you.

Don’t be afraid to experiment

Try incorporating other greens besides the typical evergreens like balsam, spruce, and pine.

For more interest, try adding English ivy, boxwood, eucalyptus, or holly. Dried grasses and botanicals like hydrangeas can also be quite effective.


You can even try swapping out the container you’re using for a wreath frame to design Christmas candle centerpieces that are super-easy to make.

The point is, there is no right or wrong when designing a Christmas centerpiece using multiple types of greens combined with fresh and dried hoilday accents.

Just get started and you’ll see what I mean.

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