I’ve come to adore the concept of texture in home decor. It’s something I never even thought about before I was a blogger, but usually, when a room really speaks to me. It’s because it’s full of texture – especially raw textures like metal, wood, and concrete. The more I learn about my personal style, the more I find myself putting these natural textures into my home, and this centerpiece is a prime example! I could’ve made a centerpiece with anything, but I decided to use old tin cans, lol.
Here’s what you need for this project:
If you want to see it in action, check out this great video:
[ps – you can see that command centre here!]
Evenly space the letters and stick them onto the tin can.
I had three tiny candlestick holders that fit inside my tin cans – if you don’t have any, a thrift store is a GREAT place to find some! I slid those inside, stuck the candles in, and then covered the top with moss. I promise this whole project was done in only 5 minutes!
You can easily substitute the letters for any occasion – “summer”, “birthday”, “Easter”. I love a versatile DIY. I used this in my most recent Spring tablescape, which I’ll be sharing on the blog tomorrow.
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