Create a DIY dough bowl centerpiece for fall and winter for any occasion or entertaining. Learn how to recreate the look in today’s post.
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This DIY dough bowl centerpiece is so easy to make! In this post, I’ll be sharing all the sources and step by step instructions.
I’ve linked all the sources and items throughout the post. Some affiliate links are used in this post.
What You’ll Need
Faux Flowers and Greenery:
Step by Step Instructions
Take the clear floral tape and make a grid on the top of the dough bowl. I did seven vertical lines of tape and two horizontal.
You want to leave a large enough space in each section to slide your flowers into.
You can also use chicken wire or floral foam but I prefer the tape method.
Once the tape grid is on, press down on all the sides to make sure it’s adhered nicely.
Start layering in the olive branch greenery. I started on the outside working in. Go opposite of each other. You can watch this video here.
Once the greenery is done, start adding in the blueberry stems, then add in the flowers on top of the greenery and blueberries.
When you’re done adding in all the flowers, make sure each flower has space and then add in some smaller greenery stems to fill in any holes. For the smaller greenery, I used mini sage branches. They are linked above.
The Tablescape and other Details
After making the dough bowl floral centerpiece, I set the rest of the table.
The dishes are from Target and have been sold out for awhile but check my links below to see if they are back in stock (11/1/21). I linked some of the other colors in the collection. The color of my dishes in this post are blue.
The chargers are from Pier1 and sold out. I linked a similar one below.
Similar items linked here:
I added in some velvet pumpkins, mango wood acorns and leaves, and some candlesticks and taper candles. All linked below.
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