All-Natural Christmas Dinner Centerpiece

All-Natural Christmas Dinner Centerpiece

Jason Loper
Dec 15, 2010

There can be an awful amount of waste around the holidays. Wrapping paper and temporary plastic ornaments and the like can all add up to a lot of trash in the landfill after all the merriment is said and done. So this year I'm taking an all-natural approach to my Christmas decorating — including my use of Foodstuffs in my holiday decor and my Christmas dinner centerpiece.

Every piece of this festive centerpiece is a product of nature. The candle holder is actually an old log that has been drilled to fit three taper candles. (There's a tutorial for it over at Re-Nest.) I placed that log candle holder on a bed of greens and eucalyptus. Placed around the log are some apples I hollowed out for tea lights. And to add another pop of color to the whole thing, I sprinkled some cranberries around the greens. All said, this centerpiece was quite inexpensive and also easy to make. The eucalyptus and greens add a nice aroma to the centerpiece and candles are always a nice touch to a dinner table. The centerpiece is also short so it won't be in the diners' way as we sup on our Christmas meal.

Image: Jason Loper

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