Do you need a quick, cheap, easy, but elegant, beautiful centerpiece for your next party? This angel centerpiece is perfect and can be made in just a few minutes for a spectacular addition to your table.
One of the projects that I'm currently working on is a birthday dinner for all the sisters in our church. We are celebrating the 175th birthday of our women's organization and decided to go with an angel and flower theme.
In setting up the tables, we knew we needed to come up with a simple, easy, yet beautiful diy centerpiece for all the dinner tables.
We created these beautiful angels for each of the tables. The colors of our women's organization are blue and gold, so that's the color scheme. I think they are going to look so beautiful on each of the tables and add a little bit of elegance to our dinner.
If you need a quick and easy DIY angel centerpiece, these are SUPER easy to make.
To make this angel centerpiece, you'll need:
- Tall vase (mine was from the glass section at Dollar Tree)
- Circular globe vase (also from Dollar Tree in the candle section)
- 6 inch wide tulle
- beads (mine were from Mardi Gras beads I found at Walmart)
- small flowers (find mine at Jo-Ann Fabrics)
- flowers in green vine
- coordinating flowers free of vine
- glue gun
Start by securely gluing your globe to the upside down bottom of the tall vase. This creates the body of the angel.
Using several feet of tulle, tie a bow and glue it to the back of your angel. This bow is about 2 feet in length, so the more length in your bow, the larger the angel's wings are going to be.
On the opposite side of the bow, glue your small flower to the front of the angel.
Measure the top of your globe vase and cut a piece of your beads the same size. Add a little bit of glue to the last bead and secure it to the other end to create a small circle. The halo should be the perfect size to sit on top of the angel's head.
Using the flowers on the vine, wrap around the base of your angel and trim. Secure the length into a circle. Add the free flowers in the holes of the flower base to create a beautiful flowered base for your angel center piece.
Ta-dah! You're done and have a quick and easy but super beautiful and elegant Angel Centerpiece for your next party.
And if you have a son who can't tell what the centerpiece is supposed to be, you can always add a face to your angel! (Ugh....I thought I raised him better. *grin*)