Painted Wooden Centerpiece with Lindi Haws

This is a guest post from Lindi Haws of Love-The-Day.com

I’m excited to be back here on the Creativebug blog today to share the outcome of my latest Creativebug class! Now I loved taking the Watercolor Class (I’m still practicing!) and the Pumpkin Carving Class was incredibly fun and will forever change how my family celebrates Halloween, but the Painted Wooden Centerpiece class has been my favorite so far. I think it’s because the class involves decorating for celebrations and I’m pretty obsessed with celebrations! I took the class with the intention of learning how to make wooden centerpieces for a Christmas party I am hosting in a few weeks. I am going for a rustic party theme to match my Lumberjack Christmas Tree and felt like the wooden centerpieces would be a perfect addition to my decorations. 

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The first thing I LOVED about the class was that it was short, sweet and to the point. I really appreciated that the class not only taught me how to make the centerpiece, but really inspired me to make the wood pieces my own. I felt totally encouraged to experiment with my own design and style! I received some great instruction and then went to town fulfilling the vision I had for my decor and centerpiece. I painted my wooden slabs (which I found at Michaels) red and white and applied a geometric patterns according to the instructions in the class. It was a simple, but super fulfilling project. Especially after I paired my painted wooden pieces with candles, sprigs, ribbon and pine cones to complete the whole centerpiece. I’m completely obsessed with how it turned out and can’t wait for my visitors to enjoy it! 

If you are interested in taking this class, you can find it HERE.

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And as always, for more party inspiration, free downloads or DIY ideas, visit me at Love The Day

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12 Comments

  1. This is adorable! I love the patterns you used and how you pulled it all together. I need to make this for my Thanksgiving table.

  2. What a clever idea! Those turned out really cute, what a nice way to dress a table!

  3. I have some wood pieces I could use for this. I love the idea of hand painting the centerpieces, you can really make them your own

  4. Nice craft project and it is pretty for year round; we have a lot of reds in our home.

  5. Helene Cohen Bludman

    Love how your centerpiece turned out. So nice to have something pretty and unique to shine on your holiday table.

  6. This is so pretty! The wood pieces turned out really well and the candles and other decorations complement each other nicely.

  7. I love DIY projects that bring outside elements inside. The look of this natural wood with some crafty prowess really creates a great centerpiece!

  8. Love the patterns and colors! So beautiful!

  9. Those are so cute and clever! Perfect for Thanksgiving decor!

  10. I haven’t seen such a centerpiece before. I do think it’s very pretty though!

  11. Those centerpieces are quite delightul. These kinds of things make the meal a little nicer.

  12. I love classes that are short and straight to the point. I think a lot more is learnt that way. I really like the way this project came out. It’s beautiful

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