Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece – Driscoll’s Berries Holiday Crafts

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I was invited to join in the Driscoll’s Berries Virtual Holiday Crafts Workshop and Competition. Driscoll’s Berries invited me to create a beautiful berry craft as part of this competition. I created a Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece using Driscoll’s Red Raspberries.

Holiday Crafts - Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece Driscoll's Berries

Holiday Crafts – Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece

Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece

Supplies:

Silver tray
2 glass wide mouth jars
1 bunch of greenery
1 glass votive holder
1 dark red votive candle
1 package of gold colored floating candles
1 package mini pine cones
1 package of Driscoll’s Red Raspberries

Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece Driscolls Berries

  • Cut or pull the greenery off the branch & circle it around the inside of each glass wide mouth jar.
Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece Driscolls Berries
  • Fill each glass wide mouth jar with water.
Lighted Berry Centerpiece Driscolls Berries
  • Fill the top of each glass wide mouth jar with Driscoll’s Red Raspberries.
  • Carefully add a gold colored floating candle to the center of each glass wide mouth jar.
Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece Driscolls Berries
  • Decorate the silver tray with mini pine cones, add the glass votive jar and dark red votive candle.
  • Light the candles. Do NOT leave unattended.

This is a very simple holidy centerpiece that you can create and use to decorate your table. If you enjoyed my craft, take a look at a few of my friends’ crafts:

 

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34 thoughts on “Lighted Berry Holiday Centerpiece – Driscoll’s Berries Holiday Crafts”

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  4. Ellen, at first glance, I thought the leaves were painted on; these are so beautiful! And so natural.... love that! Thanks so much for linking up to Inspire Me Wednesday.:)
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  7. Oh what a cool project! I bet this would look good on a coffee table, too. Or change up the colors and do it for New Year's.
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  8. this is really beautiful and so easy to do...that is a great combo on the busy holidays!!! thanks for sharing your creativity
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  9. This is totally awesome, I wish that I would have a Christmas party and show off this one but I will be on the plane this year.
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  10. I like what you did for your centerpiece. The project is so simple to make, yet the result is so sophisticated! You really showed off the nice red color of the raspberries nicely.
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  12. Beautiful Ellen - I just wish the berries weren't so expensive like where I live in the mountains - might need to change it up with acorns or small pine cones.  Love the idea!!
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  13. That's a very beautiful centerpiece. What a very neat challenge from Driscoll's Berries. You did an awesome job!! How long will it last, or is it suited for a one day thing?
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    • Thank you!  I only used it for one day. You could probably get more than that out of it. Just check the berries for softness occasionally.
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