DIY: Centerpiece

November 17, 2014

With Thanksgiving soon approaching - next week!? - we thought we’d take one of our favorite baskets and transform it into a beautiful centerpiece for the holiday table. Looking to add that special touch to your Thanksgiving table? Try these easy steps:

Wicker Gathering Basket from The Basket Lady transformed into a beautifulThanksgiving Centerpiece

How-To Transform The Basket Lady's Wicker Gathering Basket into a beautiful Thanksgiving Centerpiece

1) Use our gathering basket to hold all of your fall foliage and other themed-decor. (*Note: we have two different sized baskets to fit every size table!)

2) Add a nice foundation to the basket. We used a gingham cloth napkin as our base.

3) Bring some natural items into the centerpiece. We created a warm feel with pinecones and geese feathers (you can find these at your local hobby/craft store).

4) Time to add a touch of fall color. Use dried or faux flowers to bring some life to the natural/earth-toned basket.

5) Lastly, add some gourds, squash or pumpkins for that final fall touch.

Don’t forget to upload and tag us in your centerpiece crafting to be featured on our Instagram (LINK: Http://www.instagram.com/ShopBasketLady) or Facebook (Facebook.com/BasketLadyFanClub).





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