I actually made this little centerpiece for my own holiday table, but the more I looked at it the more I thought it could also be a really cute centerpiece for a winter wedding or even just a rustic wedding. As always, this project is super easy and doesn’t take a whole lot of time or skill.
- Mini tree – Mine is actually a little Rosemary bush I bought at Home Depot last week for $13 dollars. It smells amazing!
- Twine or string
- Fabric – I used linen but you could also use burlap or just about any type of fabric.
- Pot – I transplanted mine into a chalkboard pot I made this summer. The pot the plant came in wasn’t very pretty.
- Replant your little tree in a cuter pot.
- Fold fabric over and cut one inch triangles. I actually folded mine over several times to cut several at the same time. When you open the triangle, it should be in the shape of a diamond so you can wrap it around the twine. You’ll probably need around 30.
- Add a little craft glue to one side of the fabric diamond and wrap it around the twine. Fold the fabric over and hold the two sides together for a few seconds until it’s secure. Repeat this process down the string separating the triangles by about 3 inches.
- Tie the top of the string to the tree and gradually wrap the bunting around. You’ll probably need to play with it a little bit to get it just right.
Easy peesy right?