There are too many home decorations available for purchase. Some can be found online while others are displayed in the malls. These pieces are really eye-catching and it’s very easy to impulsively buy things we don’t really need. Well, we can always blame it in our obsession for centerpieces.
My friend once asked me to try doing centerpieces by myself so that I could save money. I was hesitant at first because I wasn’t creative enough. But she insisted that there are so many DIY projects out there. Some do not require a high level of creativity, only patience. I considered the idea and looked for easy ones.
Whether you’re preparing for a casual weekend brunch or a formal soiree, adding some DIY centerpieces to your spread is sure to elevate your venue and setting. Your guests will appreciate that you put a little extra effort into the gathering, and you’ll have meaningful pieces of décor to set the tone for the whole event.
When I saw this DIY Wire Tree, I instantly decided to try it out. Admittedly, I got hooked that I made four instead of just two. It’s one of the prettiest (and cheapest) centerpieces. You have to try it yourself, too!
- 6 rolls of bead wire
- Wire cutter
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You can get step-by-step instructions here…