Fall centerpiece

One of the easiest (and cheapest!) ways to make something pretty for your home is to use things you already have. 

For this quick and easy fall centerpiece, I pulled out:

  • White rectangular platter
  • Mason jars (I have a million uses for these…just not canning)
  • Beach rocks
  • Orange pepper berry garland (that had been cut into pieces long ago)
  • Candles

Mason jars

Fill the mason jars with the rocks and nestle the candles on top. Tuck the pepper berry twigs around the jars and you’re done!

Pepperberries

If you find that your mason jars or foliage slide around, you can always secure them with a tiny dab of hot glue. The glue will pop right off the jars and plate when you’re ready to pull this arrangement apart.

Fall centerpiece close up 2What if you don’t have a white, rectangular platter? A regular dinner plate would work just fine. If you have a bigger platter, use that and just add more mason jars.

What if you don’t have a pepper berry garland? How about some faux leaves? Or real leaves from your yard? Any kind of fall foliage would work great!

You could easily substitute sand from the kids sandbox for the rocks or just put the candles directly in the jars.

Use your imagination. Can you create something beautiful using things you already have?


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  • http://allthingsheartandhome.com/ Robin ~All Things Heart and Home

    Love that! I have 3 old greenish ball jars I use all the time, this is a perfect way to show them off!
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

  • http://findingbeautyathome.blogspot.com/ Julia Stainton

    This is gorgeous Kimba! I made something similar for our Thanksgiving table in October (Canadian Thanksgiving is much earlier than the US)but love yours much better. Congrats on the guest post and I’m so glad you’ve led me to this site for inspiration!

  • http://abbieknaub.wordpress.com Abbie

    This is great! I just made a centerpiece with sticks, ribbon, moss and a vase from my wedding! All things I had! And I’m going to do this with mason jars sometime too! Thanks, Kimba.

  • http://www.cheryl-weightymatters.blogspot.com Cheryl Sims

    Such a simple but effective decoration. I am passing this along to my daughter who needs ideas for her Thanksgiving table. This would be perfect. Thank you.
    Cheryl Sims

  • http://impressyourkids.org Leigh

    Kimba – beautiful! I need to find my river rocks… I think they’re in the attic somewhere…

  • http://shadygrovecreations.blogspot.com Shady Lady!

    Love it – love using what you have. You guys have taught me to look at what I already own in a different way! Love Lisa Leonard!!!

  • Dorie

    I love this idea! So simple, but so beautiful! I lack the creativity gene, so I rely on great tips like this to make my home beautiful. Thank you!

  • Vickie

    During this time of economic downturn, I’m so pleased to see someone suggesting that we look to nature, in our cupboards, closets, basements, barns and attics to find items to create simple masterpieces to brighten our homes and spirits. Recycling helps preserve this beautiful planet God made for his children. Thank you for your inspiration Kimba!

  • Jennfier

    Love that it’s simple and yet rich in color…thanks for a great idea. You can do this in minutes!

  • Tiffany

    Sooo pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Marilyn Fisk

    I’ve also filled the blue glass canning jars with small silver balls for the Christmas season and then tied a ribbon around the top for a coastal holiday theme. Simple, but elegant.

  • http://www.kelliep.blogspot.com Kellie

    Love how you use things around your house – recycle, reuse!!!! Pretty!

  • http://www.everythingexceptthegrill.blogspot.com amber d.

    Beautiful and simple… I like how it could be used for so many different seasons. Thanks for sharing the idea!

  • Sara Scott

    So cool!!

  • http://wwww.path-less-traveled.blogspot.com Elizabeth S.

    what a great idea – I love that you used beach rocks which I would not normally consider to be “Thanksgiving-y”. So pretty!

  • http://www.julienoelle.blogspot.com Julie

    Beautiful! Thanks for the idea!

  • Michelle B.

    This is a beautiful decoration idea – thanks for sharing!

  • Jenny W

    Thanks for inspiring me to use what I have already. This is really simple and lovely. I need to look around now and see what I could adapt to this idea.

  • Christine

    So pretty! I love the idea of using canning jars as candle holders! I think I’ll try it out! :-)
    CBrown6207@gmail.com

  • Amy

    Beautiful display…some of the most beautiful things can be created with things you already have. You just have to have the eye!
    ~Amy in WI

  • http://sarahbandfamily.blogspot.com SarahBfromMN

    Mason jars are so useful! We used them in our wedding – filled them with flowers and hung them on shepherds hooks. Didn’t think about using them with candles though. Thanks!

  • http://www.mrsrachel.wordpress.com Mrs. Rachel

    This is so pretty! I love the idea of using what you already have, and try to do that in my home. Thanks for the encouragement and inspiration.

  • http://toaprettylife.blogspot.com Jo @ To a Pretty Life

    That’s beautiful. Berries are my favourite fall and christmas decoration.

  • Tara

    How cute! I’ve filled jars with cranberries at Christmas and put candles in them.

  • Anna de Jimenez

    Very cute and simple! I’ll have to keep my eyes open for some mason jars.

  • http://forsakenforlent.blogspot.com deb @talk at the table

    Bringing the outside in… I love those touches , especially here where we have long winters.

  • Jen

    I love this and can totally do it!

  • http://www.newbyathome.blogspot.com Catie

    That is SO EASY!!! Great idea! :)

  • Jen Fedler

    I’m also a big fan of using what you already have and repurposing for a fun, new look.

  • http://morningcupwithmeg.blogspot.com Meg

    What a cute idea! And it’s so easy too! Thanks for sharing!

  • http://thatsanugget.blogspot.com Brittany

    I love DIY projects… I just need the ideas, so this is perfect! I can’t wait to try it out!

  • Michelle

    Too Cute…and resourceful. Thanks for the ideas!

  • Sandy McAllister

    Wow I’m going to get to know you. I’ve read some of your blog and girl I like you attitude of caring for others and freedom to be yourself. Have a great day

  • Cindy Orris

    Such a great look! You’ve given me the idea to use several groupings of mason jars on my deck which is in fall mode. So easy to vary the height of candles with filler. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • http://sweetestpetunia.blogspot.com Jacky at The Sweetest Petunia

    That is absolutely LOVELY!! Kimba always has such fabulous ideas. I always want to link up for DIY Day, but somehow it always slips away from me…=( Mayne next week??

  • Barb

    Love this idea.

  • http://myplaceofpeace.blogspot.com Shilo

    Pretty and simple…totally doable! Love it!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p0128756fdc2d970c Trisha

    What an awesome easy and practical idea! Thanks so much! It’s time to shop!!

  • http://www.letempsjadis.blogspot.com/ Marianne

    Easy peasy! Yet so nice!

  • http://www.iamalongfortheride.blogspot.com Laura

    What a great idea! My husband loves old Masan jars…now I know what we can do with our collection.

  • http://morningcupwithmeg.blogspot.com Meg

    I linked to this diy post at my blog! Thanks for the great tip!

  • http://www.momssharpeningmoms.blogspot.com Kristen – Moms Sharpening Moms

    Stinkin’ cute, Kimba! Thanks for this idea!

  • Aspen

    Can’t wait to do this for my own home! Love it!

  • http://melaniescrafts.blogspot.com Melanie @ Whimsical Creations

    What a wonderful idea. I have a bunch of mason jars sitting in the basement and this is a great use for them.
    Thanks for the chance to win.
    melanieadey at hotmail dot com

  • http://lizannspencer.blogspot.com/ Liz

    Oh I love all these creative projects I’m reading about. This sure gets me in the mood for fall and the coming holidays and gets my creative juices flowin!

  • http://kristensbloglife.blogspot.com/ Kristen ~ Pajama Mama

    Love the simplicity of mason jars! I’ll have to stick some candles in a few of mine for dinner tonight!

  • http://www.mynetfinds.blogspot.com kathie

    What a gorgeous necklace!!!

  • http://www.binaspace.blogspot.com Bina

    How simply beautiful! I will be using that idea for Christmas dinner at our place this year!! Thanks so much for the idea AND the chance to win a necklace…is gorgeous as well!

  • http://tiffluvslife.typepad.com Tiffany

    This is beautiful Kimba. I love DIY projects. Craftiness makes me happy. Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.hopenotesfromkrista.blogspot.com Krista

    So lovely! I just passed up candles that size b/c I didn’t have holders, but I DID – mason jars! Thanks for the tip.

  • http://www.hopenotesfromkrista.blogspot.com Krista

    …I also Tweeted about this post with a link to it & an option to add it to their page.

  • http://www.tabithaklucking.blogspot.com Tabitha

    I love the use of the canning jars!

  • http://www.littlescrapper.com/blog Leslie

    My favorite fall decoration was made with some leftover craft felt (from a kids project!) and some jute twine found in our garage. I found some basic leaf shapes on the internet and used them for a template. I carefully cut out about 24 leaves from the felt, and strung them along the jute twine. The leaf garland hangs underneath my fireplace mantle all fall and it makes me smile every time I see it!

  • Eileen Sanchez

    Love the river rocks. I’ve used green lentils for a different look.

  • http://justsarahee.blogspot.com Sarah E

    so cute! and simple enough for me to do :)

  • http://thepaper-rose.blogspot.com Brenda Romine

    neckalce is sooo cute! Will be using your idea for the luminaries…very cute!

  • http://ewbpcb.blogspot.com pendy

    This is my favorite kind of centerpiece…layered and relaxed…and with things I already have!

  • http://www.hardingadventures.blogspot.com Katie

    I love this idea! We always make fall decorations for my grandparents house, and this one looks super easy. Thanks!

  • Beverly Atkins

    Great idea! I need something quick and easy to make my home looked lived in. Working two jobs is not good for the home! I’m going to do this over the weekend! Thanks for a chance to win as well! bevwalks@aol.com
    Beverly

  • Betsy M

    Very pretty! I am going to use this idea on my table right now!!

  • http://thedaysofmylife-kristin.blogspot.com/ Kristin

    What a great idea. I have mason jars I never know what to do with!

  • http://somewheresinginalong.wordpress.com Melissa

    Love it…now if only I weren’t a nomad without a home ;)

  • http://www.thecrumes.blogspot.com Megan

    We, too, love mason jars! From flowers… to candles ..to cranberries! How fun!

  • http://mandiesmumblings.blogspot.com mandie segura

    I am SO gonna do this as soon as we’re all moved into our new place! :) Thanks for sharing!

  • juliea

    So pretty and I love the red pepper garland. I use it all fall and winter.

  • karen

    I love your decorating ideas…thanks for sharing.

  • http://itisbygrace.blogspot.com Pamela@ItIsByGrace

    I love the jars, especially with the beach rocks on the bottom. Looks like any color candles could work, so not only for Thanksgiving, but a great date night with the hubby, or evening dinner guests!

  • http://countrymouseclaire.blogspot.com/ Claire

    Oh how pretty!
    Cxx

  • Andrea

    I would love this necklace!! Love it!

  • http://www.moweezle.wordpress.com Maureen

    Great Centerpiece ideas!!! I love the concept of candles with little stones :)

  • Meredith

    Thanks for the fun idea–so cute. Can’t wait to dig around and see what I already have to recreate the look!

  • Cid

    What a beautifully simple idea :) I look forward to making my own version!! Blessings!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p011570e549d5970b Aiming4Simple

    I’m a big fan of using things I already have. Thanks for inspiring us!

  • Amy A.

    Clicking over from your blog!

  • http://momedy.blogspot.com Kirsty

    I think using what you have makes it all the more rustic and characterful. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

  • http://brownfamilyfour.blogspot.com/ Jaime

    Kimba is a DIY-genius! Love this. I will be on the lookout for some of that berries stuff…hopefully on clearance :) It’s so pretty and seems so versatile!

  • http://makeroomfor.blogspot.com/ Tracey

    I recently took back my end tables and coffee tables and have been looking for a few ways to fill them up…other than the play stations they were being used for over the last year! Thanks for the inspiration Kimba.

  • Cindy Jones

    What a beautiful but simple centerpiece. I bought a whole cardboard box of jars at a yard sale. I am gong to get my daughter together this weekend and we are going to make them together. Thank you for the idea.

  • Kristine

    Love it! I’m using our leftover mini pumpkins through Thanksgiving, but this would be lovely for the winter!! Thanks!!

  • http://www.lifeonthecircletranch.blogspot.com jenna

    Super Cute!! I will have to go get some berries to start one of my own!!

  • http://www.doubledelightdesigns.blogspot.com Tamera

    Always a pleasure to read your posts and ideas!
    Love Lisa Leonard jewelry too:)
    Tamera@doubledelight

  • http://thebloomingandgrowingblog.blogspot.com/ Celesta Brown

    Well, how easy and beautiful. I think even I can do it.

  • http://www.theothermama.com Hillary @ The Other Mama

    Love this idea and the mason jars. I’m sure I have berries like that around the house, but the probability that they are poisonous is pretty high. :-) And that my kids would eat them is higher. I’d better go for the styrofoam ones that have more fiber.

  • Carol H.

    I have lots of mason jars. What a great way to use them. Thanks!

  • http://jsquared-tx.blogspot.com Deann

    Simple and beautiful! I’m totally gonna steal this idea!

  • http://www.vanessacovington.blogspot.com Vanessa {Bloom Right Here!}

    Ooooh, I love old jars because they have so many uses. This centerpiece is beautiful! Thank you for sharing it!

  • kathy brewer

    Love your fall arrangement, easy and pretty! Thanks for sharing….blessings, kathy

  • Teresa

    Beautiful, as usual! How did you know that I was thinking “I don’t have a rectangular platter….or beach rocks… or mason jars…”?

  • http://impartinggrace-richella.blogspot.com Richella

    Kimba is THE BOMB. She is wonderful and her blog is wonderful. It would be hard to overstate how much I appreciate and admire this woman. Thank you for for featuring her here!
    This is a beautiful centerpiece idea, by the way!

  • Dianne Vidaurri

    Always fabulous ideas…thank you!

  • txhorns

    What a great and simple idea. My favorite though is your tagline-love Jesus, spray paint and hot glue in that order! Hilarious.

  • Nancy H

    I just found a few mason jars and I shall have a beautiful centerpiece shortly! Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Shanade

    Very cute! I’ll have to try this… I think I even have everything for it already. Thanks for the idea.

  • Tammy C

    So adorable!

  • Alisa D

    I LOVE this! Makes me feel like I can actually do it…plus without a huge investment. I will be trying this!!

  • http://www.melissaroddey.blogspot.com Melissa

    i love using mason jars…and rocks…and all that pretty stuff. just warms up a room!!

  • Paula Jean

    Kimba, what a simple, beautiful arrangement! I’m going to grab a serving tray, some mason jars and snip of some branches to closely model a display after the one shared here. Thanks for reminding me of another use for the mason jars… mine NEVER end up being used for canning! It’s perfect for the season!

  • Kristy

    Nice! I really like the centerpiece. Thanks for sharing!
    Kristyc34 at cox dot net

  • lise

    Love that Kimba! Always a new surprise.
    Thanks for the tips!
    lise
    liseatthelake@yahoo.com

  • http://www.thepsychomama.com ThePsychoMama

    What a gorgeous centerpiece! Looks inexpensive too! I think I’ll do it, and the switch the colours and use the same design for Christmas! ps, love that (in)courage necklace!

  • http://cottageinstincts.blogspot.com/ cindy

    I just did something very similar on my table…sorta freaked me out when I saw yours :o) I used vintage aqua ball jars, white votives with the stones and set them in a rectangular basket thing supposed to be used for storage on the back of a toilet…it works :o)

  • http://www.HarvestingHope.blogspot.com Jenni Saake – InfertilityMom

    I used to be very crafty, but haven’t been overly creative lately. Thank you for reminding me how simple it can really be. :)

  • http://lifeoncountyroad39.blogspot.com Amanda

    I love using mason jars to decorate with. This is such a quick and easy centerpiece that looks great!

  • Deb A.

    I love the idea of using what you already have in your home. As my husband has recently lost his job, this is especially encouraging. You don’t have to spend money to make your home beautiful.

  • http://www.wedding-centerpiece.net/ April

    I loved this they are so cute and simple.

  • http://sonotzen.com Shana

    Perfectly lovely!

  • savanna cahill

    I love mason jars. Can’t have enough of them! Such a great idea…I hadn’t thought of using my jars for candles, though! Thanks for the inspiration…..and I love Lisa Leonard too! Thanks Kimba!

  • http://hoosierhomemade.com Liz@HoosierHomemade

    Beautiful! I love using mason jars too.
    This wk I did a centerpiece with my Trifle Bowl, acorns, a candle and some ivy.
    ~Liz

  • http://www.perfectlyimperfectjenn.blogspot.com Jennifer

    I love this idea!! Thanks so much for sharing Kimba!
    http://www.perfectlyimperfectjenn.blogspot.com

  • andrea

    How fun to see you over here! I love the simple beauty of your centerpiece.

  • Peg

    Oh Great! Now I’ll have another item to hunt for and collect – Mason Jars!:>) It’s so simple and yet warm with the reds. I’m thinking even after the holidays, this could be a fun decorating item for the table or island with different colors and themes. Thank you!

  • Kirsten Manning

    I love an idea that uses things that are already found in the home. Thanks for the inspiration. Love it!

  • Amy Grebe

    Such a beautiful idea.Can’t wait to use it

  • Jeri

    simple yet so beautiful. thanks for the idea!

  • Hannah

    I love the idea of using mason jars! I will certainly implement that in my Christmas decorating! Thanks!

  • http://emptynestfulllife.blogspot.com Jackie

    I have all the ingredients (items) for your centerpiece. Looks like I will have to fix that right up tomorrow. What a great way to warm up these rainy days. I would love to be included in the wonderful giveaway. Jackie

  • http://Aol.com Pam

    I LOVE the decorations.So pretty! Going to try and pull something together like that.See what I have hidden and dig it out….TRY to be creative! Thanks for the tips!
    Blessings!

  • http://busymomof4girls.blogspot.com Rachel@Simply Rachel

    I love it!!!! I linked up for the DIY on your blog, but I’m not sure if I did it right. I’ve never linked up to anything before, so keep your fingers crossed. I redid a chair.

  • mindy holcomb

    I love this idea! I think it would work great on my dining room table :)

  • http://sweetpeasbakery.blogspot.com/ Laurie Moudy

    This is a great way to use things you have around the house a bring a splash of color into any room. How pretty would that be to look at while sitting in a nice hot bath…candles lit, good book and soft music and just some quiet time with God….oh how sweet…

  • April Byars

    Love it! I just need to find the pepper berry garland.

  • http://www.queenieslittlekingdom.com wanda

    Creating a beautiful centerpeice doesn’t have to be costly or complicated!
    I love it!
    Thank you for sharing!

  • http://naddy.blogspot.com Natalie @ Naddy’s Blog

    Love it! I have a big oval platter with gourds in it arranged around a pillar candlestick at the moment.

  • http://naddy.blogspot.com Natalie @ Naddy’s Blog

    p.s. your link to DIY day leads to an error page…

  • heather

    That’s a super idea – really pretty and easy, and easy to adapt for other holidays, too. :)

  • http://thestollcrew.blogspot.com shana

    Very, very cute. I love mason jars!
    Shana in MN

  • http://www.tothinkistocreate.com To Think Is To Create

    We just moved into a new city, new (to us) house and I’ve been needing something quick and easy to liven up the place while I slowly sludge through all these boxes. This is perfect! Thanks Kimba for the great ideas!

  • http://tidymomof2.blogspot.com TidyMom

    What a cute simple idea! Thanks for the inspiration!?
    ~TidyMom

  • Lisa Lap

    Great idea! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

  • Jennifer R

    Very cute and easy. Thanks for the idea!

  • http://sabbyinsuburbia.blogspot.com/ Sabrina

    What a great idea!

  • Kirstin

    Thanks for the inspiration that you have shared!

  • http://cravingthecupcakes.blogspot.com/ Angela

    This looks great! I used a platter just like this for my very own fall center piece and everyone loved it!

  • http://thecraftmonkey.blogspot.com Heidi@TheCraftMonkey

    what a cute and easy centerpiece! I have that same platter too, couldn’t get much easier to recrete than that! I think I’d fill my jars with beans for thanksgiving.

  • http://www.wildwesthome.com ~vee

    Wow – so simple and so beautiful!

  • Danielle

    What a beautiful, inexpensive way to make something gorgeous out of things I already have! Thank you for your constant inspiration.

  • http://christinaandvictoria.blogspot.com/ Victoria

    Beautiful idea…it would look great with my blue ball jars as well.

  • http://www.biteoftheday.blogspot.com Jannica

    I love mason jars, their uses are endless! Fall is my favorite time of year to decorate, the colors are the best!

  • http://seekabalancedlife.blogspot.com Shannon

    Where did you get a white platter like that? What a tasteful, simple centerpiece. Thanks for the inspiration. And the giveaway!

  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p0128758eaccd970c Lindsey Green

    What a simple and cute idea. I might just have to try it! And I love mason jars just plain anyway :)

  • http://www.kathyscottage.blogspot.com Kathy

    I like how easy this is and yet it looks great! Thanks for the idea:>)

  • http://www.samichals.typepad.com/sweet_nothings Stacey

    adorable centerpiece! great idea!

  • http://29lincolnavenue.blogspot.com Stacey

    Love it! Some of the best ideas happen on the fly!

  • http://www.creativityanddomesticity.blogspot.com Jody

    Great centerpiece idea! Looks simple enough to put together and I can think of additional ways to dress this up for other holidays.

  • http://www.marquissclan.blogspot.com leighann

    i think i have all these ‘ingredients’ on hand. yay!

  • http://www.itsgravybaby.com Whitney

    I love this idea. It is so simple, yet it looks gorgeous.

  • http://ourtaylorlife.blogspot.com Annalee

    Oh man I have been dreaming of having a Lisa Leonard necklace for the past year! I DROOL over her stuff! Literally!

  • http://www.flibbertigibberish.blogspot.com Angie

    Yes!!! I can do that. I have all of those things and I think they yearn to be united. Thanks for the ideas – I’m trying to respect my hubby’s wishes for me to try out a little frugality this season. This works! :)

  • Kelly

    Cute idea, I’ve been looking for something easy to for my table this year. Thanks!

  • http://www.joyshope.com Julie

    I love that I totally have everything. It is hard to decorate for Fall, since we hardly have that season, but I still want a little cozy inside, even if it is 80 degrees outside.

  • http://www.theshabbychiccottage.net Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage

    It looks beautiful, Kimba!

  • Ashley S

    What a cute idea! I have been looking for something to do with the extra jars from our wedding.

  • http://garcias2chile.blogspot.com Stephanie

    So beautiful and homey. :)

  • http://laurellakey.blogspot.com Laurel

    What a cute centerpiece! :)

  • Stacy

    What a great way to bring in the fall! I’m going to try to improvise and see what I can come up with!

  • Vickie

    I thought that I posted a comment to enter for the jewelry but my message isn’t posted. Must not have been paying attention or I’m computer “challenged”. ;) This is a test to see if I got it right this time. Thank you for (in)courage!
    Vickie

  • Judi Alexander

    Such a beautiful idea, thanks

  • http://www.cookingconnie.blogspot.com Connie

    Simply beautiful!

  • http://www.momteaches2.blogspot.com Tara

    I love the centerpiece! I am hosting Thanksgiving for my side of the family for the very first time this year. And, they are driving from TN to TX to celebrate us! I can’t wait to replicate this centerpiece on each table to create a beautiful atmosphere for dinner.

  • http://hummingbirdhomemaking.blogspot.com Johnlyn

    That is soooo cute! I’m defintely going to have to copy that!

  • Melissa

    What a beautiful and frugal idea. We’re going to give it a try this year. Thanks for sharing.

  • Heather

    Love this!

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  • http://got2havefaith.wordpress.com/2010/06/06/who-are-you-going-to-listen-to/ josephine

    This idea is so cute and easy. Me like Easy!

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