Whether decorating and entertaining for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas, this easy succulent centerpiece can carry you through all three holidays.
All you need to do is switch out the decorations.
To create this simple succulent centerpiece, you’ll need two clay flowerpots, three clay plant saucers and some glue. To give it a vintage farmhouse look, whitewash the flowerpots with craft paint. Edge the planter’s saucer rims with gold craft paint, if desired, for a glam look. Read on for instructions.
To finish, use a soil scoop to plant succulents with potting soil. Use potting soil that’s just right for succulents. Then, put a candle holder or flameless candle on top and decorate for the holidays.
For Halloween, try mini pumpkins and gourds. When Thanksgiving arrives, you could add rose hips, mini sweet peppers and pinecones. You could even place a real candle in a candle holder on top.
Just imagine how this stacked flowerpot centerpiece will look on your dining table. Or use your tiered succulent centerpiece as you decorate a console or coffee table for the holidays. Get instructions for making a tiered succulent centerpiece.