How To Make A Beautiful Eucalyptus Fall Centerpiece
Create a simple but elegant eucalyptus fall centerpiece for a dining room table or anywhere in your home you want to add a little fall flare!
Fall hasn’t officially arrived on the calendar but it has at my home! It is hands-down my absolute favorite season. So that means I am always ready (aka: when August arrives) to start decorating for fall. And I’m so happy that I’m not the only one who loves to decorate a tad bit early! Today I’m honored to join my friend, Krista from the Happy Housie and so many other talented bloggers for a fall diy/craft edition of Seasonal Simplicity. My diy eucalyptus fall centerpiece is of course, super simple. And it’s neural color scheme makes it the perfect decor for your home this fall!
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS DIY FALL CENTERPIECE:
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- one larger vase
- foam vase insert
- ten faux seeded eucalyptus stems
- six faux ranunculus stems
- four faux eucalyptus stems
Place The Foam
The first step in creating this fall centerpiece is filling the vase with the foam insert. This will be needed to help keep all the stems in place as the vase is filled.
Add Some Eucalyptus
Now the fun part begins! Starting with about five of the seeded eucalyptus, I inserted them along the outer edge of the foam. My goal was to try to space them as evenly as possible. You can see how much I spaced them in the picture below.
Then I took the other eucalyptus stems and placed two of them in the center of the vase. I was trying to use these as some fillers for the center of the arrangement.
Insert the Ranunculus
Ranunculus. Say that three times fast! 😉 Such a crazy name but I love them! I went with a soft ivory color to keep the arrangement neutral in color but classic in style.
After everything was inserted into the vase, I took a few steps back and noticed the symmetry. If I found an open spot or too much of one type of stem in an area, I’d switch a few around. Tweaking is a necessary step in arrangements if you ask me!
I just love how it turned out and I think the perfect home for this display is on our kitchen island next to my favorite pumpkin candle! Although, it would look beautiful as a table centerpiece as well.
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And now for even more fall DIY inspiration…
And as I mentioned early, today I’ve joined some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their Fall DIY projects! Just click on the links below the images to see their project ideas…
Modern Geometric Painted Vases at The Happy Housie
How to Make Easy Fall Sweater Pumpkins at Tatertots and Jello
Room Spray for Fall at Modern Glam
Fall Candle Rings at She Gave it a Go
How to Build a Tray at The Handmade Home
Textured Vase at Craftberry Bush
Farmhouse Slat Pumpkin at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Pumpkin & Dough Bowl Fall Centerpiece at The Turquoise Home
Happy Fall Sign at Lolly Jane
Personalized Fall Mug at Jenna Kate at Home
Fall Terrarium Centerpiece at Clean and Scentsible
Black & White Modern Ceramic Vases at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Fall Chalkboard Art at Happy Happy Nester
Fall Faux Centerpiece at Inspiration of Moms
Monogrammed Vase at My Sweet Savannah
Tobacco Basket Wall Hanging with Flowers at Hallstrom Home
10 Minute $10 Sunflower Garland at a Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Small Wood Projects to Use as Decor at Grace in My Space
Fall Inspired Wood Photo Holders at In My Own Style
Neutral Fall Floral Arrangement at All Things With Purpose
Vintage Amber Glass Candle at Seeking Lavender Lane
Vintage Wreath Mirror at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Fall Acrylic Sign at Lemon Thistle
Wooden Bowl Candle Holder at Cherished Bliss
Blanket Ladder from Copper Pipe Dowels at The DIY Mommy
Thrift Store Basket Turned Fall Arrangement at Confessions of a Serial DIYer
This is stunning!
Thank you, Manda!! 🙂
Beautiful arrangement, Laura! I just love the mix or roses and eucalyptus. Happy fall friend!
So gorgeous! I love the contrast between the flowers and the vase. So pretty!
It’s beautiful! perfect for fall and I love it in your gorgeous kitchen Laura!
GAWGEOUS! Love the simple colors!
Laura, this arrangement would be beautiful year round, not just Fall. In fact, it has all the elements of my daughter’s wedding bouquet last year. She also included a few succulents and roses. But eucalyptus dominated. It’s lovely!
Thank you, Rhonda! I bet your daughters bouquet were beautiful — such a gorgeous combo! 🙂
That vase is gorgeous and you can never go wrong with eucalyptus! Thanks for sharing on the blog hop.
Wow! This is so gorgeous, the vase you chose is perfect!