Fall is my favorite season for many reasons – clothing, weather, warm drinks, and most importantly home decor. I’ve added fall touches to our living room, including a chunky throw, fall candles, and a large faux-fur pillow. However, one area of our home that was lacking some fall-inspired decor was our dining room.
I completed this DIY on Saturday in less than 10 minutes, using items I already had. Keep reading if your interested in learning how to make this gorgeous coffee-themed centerpiece.
Items Needed for Candle Holders
- 2 different sized mason jars
- decorative sand
- coffee grinds
- 2 tea-light candles
- red twine or yarn
Fill up 1/2 to 3/4 of the jars with sand. Fill the remainder with coffee grinds. Place a tea-light candle on top of the coffee in each jar. Wrap red twine or yarn around the mouth of the jars a few times. Then tie a bow.
Place candle holders on a large circular or rectangular tray. Add pinecones and a small bud vase filled with faux red and orange berries. Light the candles and enjoy your new easy DIY fall centerpiece!
This coffee-related DIY certainly had me craving a cup of java, so I had a pot brewing in the background. My favorite blend at the moment is Lavazza‘s Caffe Espresso. It’s nice and dark, and will definitely put a pep in your step! It’s perfect for mornings when you have a lot of errands to run or chores around the house to complete.
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