Classic Refashioned DIY Christmas Centerpiece


Classic Refashioned DIY Christmas Centerpiece

Add a touch of class to your DIY Christmas decorations with a Classic Refashioned DIY Christmas Centerpiece. Take an already very classy top hat and use it to create DIY Christmas centerpieces. Guests will be amazed at your creativity, and you can be sure that there's nothing like this anywhere in stores. Best of all, such amazing results won't even take you an hour to complete. Your homemade Christmas decorations will sparkle and shine like never before with a little help from this quick and easy project. Poinsettias scream Christmas, so when people spot these DIY Christmas centerpieces on the table, they'll instantly get in the holiday spirit.


14 DIY Christmas Centerpieces

Who says you can't make a bunch of DIY Christmas centerpieces this holiday season? Discover 14 DIY Christmas Centerpieces you won't soon forget. There are so many fun and unique ways to decorate your table, so you might not be able to stop. Luckily, centerpieces are the perfect projects for anyone who liked to create unique christmas decorations. Show off your personal style and get motivated for a season of mingling and mixing. You'll want to invite all of your neighbors over for a holiday feast one you start working on one of these DIY Christmas centerpieces.





  • Top hat (found at your local party store)
  • Black glitter paint or extreme black glitter paint
  • Foam brush
  • Ribbon
  • Poinsettia plant
  • Red christmas bow
  • Filler material and/or floral block
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks



  1. Using your black glitter paint, paint the sides of the top hat
  2. Allow to dry completely, 1 hour or longer
  3. Turn over the top hat and paint black glitter around on the rim of the hat
  4. Allow to dry completely, 1 hour or longer
  5. Add floral block and poinsettia plant
  6. Use your hot glue gun to secure in place ribbon trim around the body of the top hat
  7. Add a bow to the front of the top hat


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I would never think to use a hat for a pot for a plant. How does it hold up to watering? Do you have to seal your hat to keep the water from breaking it down, or is it meant as a temporary thing? I like that you can choose any flower or plant and put it in this and decorate any corner or spot in your home. You can use ribbons, bows, or glitter, and make it as festive as you want.


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