This Farmhouse Glam Fall Centerpiece will cozy up your table for the whole season. Thank you Hobby Lobby for sponsoring this post!
Hi there friends! I’m so excited to share with you the farmhouse glam fall centerpiece I put together! I’m definitely on team “It’s never too early to decorate for fall”… I mean, what else is there to decorate for after the 4th of July, right? 😉 I admit, I’m that girl that gets a little giddy when I walk into Hobby Lobby in early summer and see fall decorations. Decorating for fall doesn’t mean that I’m wishing away summer, I just love the feeling of warmth and coziness that fall décor brings.
I have always been a fan of the rusts, deep greens, mustards and other warm colors that come to mind when you think of fall décor, but this year I decided to mix it up. I got inspired when looking at the Pantone forecast for this year’s fall color trends to go a different route with my fall décorations. Ballet Slipper (a lovely soft blush color) and Navy Peony inspired my Farmhouse Glam Fall Centerpiece. The combo of these colors with a touch of gold brings the glam to my farmhouse glam fall centerpiece. I’ve always been torn in my design style between rustic and modern glam; this fall centerpiece hits both of my decor crushes. Win-win! Ok, now let’s make you one!
Farmhouse Glam Fall Centerpiece
- Assorted Hobby Lobby pumpkins in various shapes and sizes (I used the Orange Distressed Pumpkin and 3 different sizes of pumpkin picks)
- Assorted Hobby Lobby floral stems (I bought 2 White Dahlia Stems and 3 Vanilla Fresh Picked Hydrangea Stems)
- Floral stem cutter or wire cutter
- Americana Acrylic Paint in Navy Blue
- DecoArt Dazzling Metallics in Glorious Gold
- Flat paint brush and fan paint brush
- 6 ¼” Tall Glass Jar as the vase
- Tray (I used a farmhouse-style tray I picked up at a barn sale)
- Blush faux fur (optional)
- Fresh seeded eucalyptus (optional)
For the navy and gold pumpkins used in the Farmhouse Glam Fall Centerpiece:
Using a flat paint brush, paint 2 of the smaller pumpkins with 2 coats navy blue acrylic paint and the large pumpkin with 2 coats gold metallic paint. (I also painted 4 of the small size pumpkin picks in gold to place on my place settings). Allow to fully dry, about 30 minutes.
On the small navy pumpkin, apply gold metallic paint to the top with a fan brush, dragging the brush down for a gradient fade.
Side note: Sometimes I forget that Hobby Lobby has fabric and then on my last visit this dreamy pink fur number jumped out at me and I couldn’t stop petting it (neither could the cashier!) I had no idea what to do with it at the time… I just knew it needed to come home with me. I scrunched the fur into a puddle and it made the perfect nestling place for my farmhouse glam fall centerpiece.
Place a tray on top of the faux fur to layer the Farmhouse Glam Fall Centerpiece elements on. I love the smell of fresh eucalyptus so I used it as a base on the tray and for filler in my floral arrangement. Adding gold dipped pine cones in lieu of the eucalyptus would be beautiful to display on the tray too! Arrange pumpkins on the tray.
For the flower arrangement:
Add water to the vase. Trim the Hydrangea and Dahlia stems to size with wire cutters and place in vase.
For now I swapped out my Vanilla Fresh Picked Hydrangea stems for the hydrangeas in my yard that turn this lovely blush color toward the end of the summer.
The White Dahlia is really the stunner in the flower arrangement… you would have to smell it to know it’s not real it’s so natural looking!
I finished my fall table off by placing a gold pumpkin on each place setting.
My farmhouse glam fall centerpiece and table make me smile every time I walk by!
Ok, so who’s ready to get your fall crafting on with me? Bring on the pumpkin everything, sweaters, football and fall decor!
Here’s a coupon for you to get started on your fall decor! You can also always find a coupon and the latest sales on the Hobby Lobby app as well.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.
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