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    • Elizabeth Glenn

      mason jar centerpieces

    • Cindy Graham

      Rustic Christmas centerpiece? mason Jars, wood crate and pine centerpiece

    • Rustic Elegance, LLC

      Mason jar Christmas centerpiece with old crate, Christmas greens, and tea light candles.

    • Sissy Swegman

      Cool idea for my fire place CHRISTMAS: Mason Jar Christmas Centerpiece. This could be a cool variation of an Advent calendar.

    • Woohome

      Winter Rustic Pepsi Crate & Pine Centerpiece. - 32 Astonishing DIY Vintage Christmas Decor Ideas

    • Robbin Fischer- McCrumb

      Easy and Festive Simple Christmas Centerpiece Ideas: Charming Winter Centerpieces With Candles Light In Jars ~ Apartment Inspiration

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    Winter Rustic Old Pepsi Crate & Pine Centerpiece...fabulous centerpiece for the Christmas Holidays...instructions included.

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    Winter Rustic Crate & Pine Centerpiece.....add red holly or red ribbon for more of a X-mas look!

    Pine Box Christmas Centerpiece. Old soda crate or something similar, 4 lg Mason jars, fresh pine boughs, pine cones, Epsom salts, berries (fake or real), votive candles in glass. Place jars in box, cut & arrange pine around jars, stick pine cones & berries amongst greenery attractively. Pour Epsom salts evenly between the four jars. Press votive candle down inside jars. Epsom salts look like snow. Different look w/wide mouthed quart jars.

    Christmas...this is lovely, no directions, no tutorial, but you can visually deconstruct it and figure it out. So pretty, would be great on a sofa table/console table. - Deko, Fotos, Kinder, Schönes - Part 13

    Use this design as a basis for Boots & Bling centerpiece--Navy blue tablecloth (school color), white/brown cowhide table runner or topper; OR black tablecloth and white/gold cowhide; gold charger, cast iron handle-less skillet, or old pie pan; gold pillar candles (or glass jars filled with fake "gold nuggets" and floating candles); fill in with stuff gathered locally (twigs, herbs, rocks, mesquite wood chips, dried pinto beans??).

    A table wreath...I love the idea of a small wreath on the table surrounding a lantern with a candle or a silver bowl filled with ornaments.