The items are used. I had on hand already.I just re-purposed from Christmas. Now I will repurpose them again for New Year’s Eve!
*The Christmas fern with pinecones came from Hobby lobby at 66% off.
*The wood sticks in the middle came from my yard!
*The lighted stick with fake snow came from JC pennies at 70% off. *Pinecones came for my yard.
*Cotton stems were something I made in a previous tutorial (out of cotton balls and pinecones.)
*The black chalk sign came from the dollar tree. (I just wrote the word Happy New Year on it with a chalk pen from dollar Tree.
*Wooden stars came from the Dollarspot at Target.
*You will need a vase of your choice. I had a white milk can or you can choose whatever you have on hand
Start by layering the largest branches in the vase first
Next I placed in 5 of the small stem sticks with no greenery.
Then I placed batteries in the snowy stick fern. It came in a pack of three. Simply, layere those in between the sticks.
At this point, you should see your centerpiece start coming together!
I had some pinecones that I already “flocked” or painted to look like snow. I used them throughout the arrangement to fill in gaps and brighten dark spaces.
Next, I hung the wooden stars. I got theses from the target Dollarspot. Just place them on branches throughout as you did with the pinecones.
Finally, I added a happy new year sign. I also added more of the star banner. I love the natural rustic feel it gave.
So thats it! This is my idea of a rustic farmhouse New Year’s Eve centerpiece on a budget. It is simple and elegant. For more ideas on make sure to Follow along on Facebook, Instagram and my blog.
JoAnna Wright says
Beautiful, elegant for New Years. Might add a few fireworks just for decor. (Bottle rocket, sparklers…etc.)