Handmade Holidays: Winter Wonderland Table Centerpiece


Inspired by Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell of the Fabulous Beekman Boys and their home in this month’s Country Living mag, I made my own Winter Wonderland Table Centerpiece. I plan on using it on the table with a white tablecloth for our holiday morning brunch.

white flower holiday display

Material and Supplies:

White paint
Flower arranging wire
Paper or plastic flowers ( I used fake white poinsettias)
Glitter paint (optional)
Fake snow
Vase or glass jar
Foam paintbrush
Wire clippers
Other embellishments (like the white berries I used)


  1. Gather twigs and cut to desired length with clippers. Spray paint, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow to dry. You want enough twigs for your flowers & extra to add fullness to the design.
  2. Once the twigs are dry, use the foam  paintbrush to paint them with the glitter paint (optional). Allow to dry.
  3. Affix the flowers to the twigs using the wire. Use the wire clippers to snip off the extra wire.
  4. Add the fake snow to the vase. Then add flower twigs, other embellishments & extra twigs and arrange.

{ignore the popsicle sticks in the background. they are for another project.}

white flower holiday display

white flower holiday display


  1. awesome. I am getting so into all the faux trees shown this year. This is the perfect solution to hold me over till next year when I can get a big giant blue tree! And this would be perfect to finish the room. Love your blog. 🙂

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