Winter is coming and if you are looking for the perfect table centerpiece then this is the one for you. Simple to make and only a few supplies needed you’ll be sure to love this Winter Boot Centerpiece once you have crafted and set it out on your table this winter season
How to Make a Winter Boot Centerpiece
Looking for a unique and festive way to decorate your table this winter? Look no further than this simple and rustic DIY winter boot centerpiece! This easy project is perfect for crafters of all levels and can be customized to match any decor.
If you are looking for a way to customize this winter centerpiece into your own style start by switching out the ribbon to match your decor. You can even add some pops of color by using glitter picks or even berry ones.
Having a fun unique centerpiece to add to your holiday decor can jazz up any table or mantel. I really do love creating and crafting unique centerpieces as they are so versatile and can be used year after year.
- Take your foam block and cut it to be able to fit into the Santa boot ceramic. I just cut the top corners off and then pushed it straight down into the boots.
- Your foam can stick out the top of the boots a little bit, no problem.
Grab a handful of Spanish moss and start stuffing it around the top of the Santa boots. Do this all the way around the foam block and the top of the boots. Take your eucalyptus bush and cut it into different pieces.
- Dip each stem of the Eucalyptus pick into the hot glue pot and then push down into the foam piece in the Santa boot. Repeat this with 5-6 eucalyptus pieces. Placing them sporadically in the foam. Take your pine cone pick and dip into the hot glue pot and then push it into the center of the foam block.
- Now grab your wire cutters and cut any stray pieces that are sticking out that shouldn’t be seen. Now time to mix up some greenery. Add in some pine straw greenery to the left and right sides of the pinecone pick. Keep adding small pieces of pine straw greenery around the top of the white boot. Once you add it in give it a little tug downward to have it flow down. Now time to tie the bow and get it in place so we can continue to add greenery once we get the bow added.
- Now time to tie the bow and get it in place so we can continue to add greenery once we get the bow added. Place your 3 loop bow right in the center of the boots. Now that the bow is in place grab your pine straw greenery and start adding it around the bow
- Continue adding in extra greenery pieces you have left from your eucalyptus and pine straw and fill in any gaps you see. Take your wire cutters and trim the heights to how you like them.
How To Style a Centerpiece
When it comes to styling centerpieces I always first think of how high I want them to be. If they are going on tables where people are sitting you do not want them too high as they block the view across the table.
Once you know the height you are going for the rest is a piece of cake. Be sure to check out my other centerpieces for inspiration and ideas on how you too can create wonderful DIY centerpieces for your next holiday party.