Inexpensive Flower Pot Centerpieces
By merlynperez on March 19, 2013
As fun as throwing parties and entertaining cab be, it can also get expensive. I’m always intrigued by the use relatively inexpensive and ordinary objects to create interesting party décor. Here are some pretty creative uses I found for using flower pots as centerpieces.
For a Thanksgiving centerpiece, these pots were spray painted black and decorated with card stock and felt.
An urn and large dry branches were used to create this amazing Halloween centerpiece, although a flower pot could have been easily substituted.
Flower pots filled with moss were also used to create the bases for these pretty Easter jellybean topiaries.
Hurricane candles surrounded by greenery inside mini flower pots helped bring together this beautifully rustic Christmas centerpiece.
Here they stuck flags and white lollipop sticks with Patriotic cutouts in a metal tub to create this festive 4th of July piece.
A chocolate bouquet was made using chocolate melts and heart and flower shaped molds.
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