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Christmas is a groovy time for some simple to elaborative centerpieces using greens. Read through this article to get an idea about different Christmas tree centerpieces.

Christmas Tree Centerpieces

When kith and kin, friends gather for Christmas party in your home then you definitely need something that can infuse new life to your table with some beautiful centerpieces. They not only get the charm, but also add a lot of depth to your decorations and bring fragrance refreshing the mood of your folks. Get your entire house a different look this Christmas with some Christmas tree centerpieces this Christmas. Enjoy the delightful grace of a Christmas tree centerpiece on your holiday table this winter. Integrate different hues of green into your Christmas centerpiece or table arrangement like the greens cypress, mistletoe, and evergreen. In olden times, it was believed very lucky to bring leafages into the home during the holiday season - a preceding call of the approaching spring. An eye-catching Christmas tree centerpiece gives a splendid joy and a warm ambience that you wish to spread this Christmas. A Christmas tree centerpiece will make an ideal decorative for the Christmas buffet. Some of them are easy to do some not but the process of making it is always fun. Here are some great examples of Christmas tree centerpieces that you can get inspired from.

Christmas Tree Centerpieces Crafts

Felt Christmas Tree Centerpiece
Trace pattern onto your felt and cut. Now, hot glue a button onto the end of the piece. Then hot glue just one of the pointed ends and bring the other pointed end over on top of it, creating a cone-like shape. Felt Christmas tree centerpiece can be built by tracing patterns of branches on a brown felt and cutting them in shape, followed by sticking a button onto the end of each pattern and following the same procedure to form several rows to form a Christmas tree. Few haphazard slits have to be done on the felt which to give a natural feel. Now, cut round patterns from a green felt for the leaves and start gluing them to the cone covering it all-over. Finally decorate this Christmas tree set-up with buttons and beads all-around the tree and a star on the top.

Simple Christmas Tree Centerpiece
A simple Christmas tree centerpiece can be built by starting up with the body by cutting a semi-circle on a sheet of green paper. Fold it into a conical shape, followed by gluing on some chenille stems all through like a garland and finally decorating them with simple ornaments and accessories like beads, glitters, colorful stones, sequins and few spangles.

Baby-Food Jar Christmas Tree Centerpiece
You can re-use old tins and baby-food jars to create the trunk of the Christmas tree and pound few holes all around and fix wooden sticks into them by keeping in mind an ascending size of the stick from top to bottom. With the help of white glue, paste green colored glitter paper and tin foil paper and stick all-around the set-up to give the shape of a Christmas tree. Finally embellish them with ornaments, ribbons, wires, balls and beads, glitters etc.

Evergreen Christmas Tree Centerpiece
This requires twigs, small branches and leaves of holly, juniper, dusty miller, redwood, pine, podocarpus, evergreen twigs. Collect them all and paint them with holiday colors like silver or gold or traditional acrylic colors like red or yellow and let them dry well. Now, take a thick cardboard plate attached to it are pinecones haphazardly all around and put some cotton to give a snowy look. Now place floral foam in a medium cane basket and fix all the twigs and leaves, which were painted all through in a circular form of the foam except the top center. Place a candleholder on top of the foam and fix a long candle inside. Place this set up inside the cardboard plate and keep it in the center of your dining table.