DIY Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece

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Create a Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece in this step-by-step tutorial. This rustic centerpiece is so easy to make and will make a big impact for your table or entryway. Choose the greenery and accents that work with your décor to customize it for your home.This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.


DIY Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece

I found this fun rustic planter that reads Believe at Kirkland’s. Today we’re going to fill it with greenery and pine cones and make a beautiful rustic Christmas farmhouse centerpiece for your table, entryway or even your fireplace mantle.

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(qty 1) Believe box (Kirkland’s)
(qty 1) Garland
Assorted greenery picks
Floral Picks
Silicone mat
Awl or Punch
Wire Cutters
Hot Glue Gun

Steps on How to Make a DIY Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece

Step 1 – Prepare the Box

Begin by cutting Styrofoam blocks to fit inside the box. I used the thin edges as my base and then layered the large blocks on top. Then add hot glue and adhere inside the box.

Next, insert floral picks down through the Styrofoam on the top through the blocks on the bottom to help keep it stable.

Step 2 – Add Garland

Cut a piece of garland just a bit longer than your box. To adhere the garland to the foam, bend a pin in a “v” shape, dip it into the glue and push the pin around the garland into the Styrofoam.

Repeat this step all the way down the garland until it is secure.

Step 3 – Add Moss

Next, to hide the Styrofoam, add a bit of Spanish moss to cover the open areas.

Step 4 – Add Greenery

Determine if you want to cut apart your greenery picks or use them whole. If cutting apart, go ahead and do that now.

Add a bit of hot glue to the greenery stem and then insert the greenery stems into the Styrofoam. You can use an awl to create the hole first to make it easier. Intermingle the greenery on top with the garland we put on the bottom so it looks like one, not layers.

Be sure to separate and fluff up your greenery pieces so they aren’t laying flat.

Step 5 – Fill In & Finish

Next, add in any additional greenery pieces, pinecones, etc. you want to add to fill in your centerpiece.

You can also add Christmas ornaments, silk flowers, and more to fit in with your décor.


As a result, a Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece!

Video DIY Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece



That’s all there is to it! What would you put inside your planter? What colors are your Christmas theme this year? I hope you enjoyed this DIY Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Table Centerpiece tutorial. Remember, you can use different colors, flowers and greenery to fit your décor and make it yours.

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  1. Sherry on December 3, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    I love this! You are so talented!

  2. Cara on December 6, 2018 at 8:36 am

    You are so generous to give us these gorgeous free videos. Have a great time in NYC, and Merry Christmas!

    • Julie Siomacco on December 7, 2018 at 11:50 pm

      Thank you!

  3. Maura Shurtleff on October 11, 2019 at 4:52 pm

    Thank you!!! That was awesome! I can’t believe I missed it last year!

  4. Evelyn Green on December 22, 2019 at 9:00 am

    Julie- thank you for showing us how to make this. Now if only mine would look like yours ?
    I have learned so much about making wreaths from you. Not a member of your wreath making of the month club, but hopefully soon
    You are so generous to pass along your hints and videos
    Thank you

    • Julie Siomacco on December 23, 2019 at 12:47 pm

      Thank you for watching and your sweet comments! Merry Christmas

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