[DIY – Christmas candle centerpiece for only $2 or less!]

Do you need some ideas on more Christmas decorations to use in your house without breaking the bank?! Well you came to the right place! This pretty centerpiece will only take you 30 minutes or less and will only cost you around $2!

I have this love for the DollarTree because they have so many awesome items that can be used for crafty ideas!

christmas candle centerpiece

[Materials Needed]:

  • 15 inch Faux Pine Wreath ($1 DollarTree)
  • Red Ornaments ($1 DollarTree)
  • Pine cones (FREE Outside)
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • (Optional) White Paint
  • (Optional) Paint Brush

*The white paint and paint brush are optional because this also looks great without the white paint on it. I have images below that shows it without the white paint. It is totally up to you which one you want to try to recreate!

[Optional Step]: Paint your pine cones with white paint.

This is an optional step. I love the “snow” look that it gives them though! But it looks good either way.

[Step 1]: Lay out where you want your pine cones/ornaments.

Lay out your pine cones and ornaments where you want them! This will only take a few minutes and is fun to figure out where you want everything to go.

christmas candle centerpiece

christmas candle centerpiece diy

[Step 2]: Hot glue everything down.

Hot glue everything down to secure it!

christmas candle centerpiece diy

[Step 3]: Decide on what to put in the middle.

So there are lots of options of what you can put into the middle of the centerpiece. Below is some examples!

christmas candle centerpiece diy

christmas candle centerpiece diy

christmas candle centerpiece diy

christmas candle centerpiece diy pinterest

I love the way this turned out and it was super cheap to make! I hope you guys get some ideas from this and are able to create something cute like it! If you do, post it on Instagram using the hashtag #hayhaybeans so I can see it!



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