This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our disclosure policy.
DIY Rose Centerpiece
I’m such a lover of roses and this simple DIY Rose Centerpiece is no exception! It is extremely easy to make and I got most of the supplies from the dollar store. I love the rustic feel of it and it looks so pretty next to my DIY Flameless Rose Tea Lights. A DIY Rose Centerpiece is the perfect for entertaining and the color options are endless!
The first thing you need is a bouquet of faux roses. I found mine at the dollar store and each bouquet had about 7 full roses in it. Then, you need a styrofoam cylinder that is about 3/4″tall. I found a pack of two at the dollar store, so mine were only $0.50 (score!). Finally, you need some rustic burlap looking ribbon that is thick enough to measure double the height of your styrofoam cylinder (my ribbon was 1.5″).
This is how you assemble a DIY Rose Centerpiece:
Isn’t that so amazingly easy?!! Each of my centerpieces (I made 4) have about 7 roses in it. In case you are wondering, when you buy a bouquet of faux roses, the rose buds pop right off when you tug on them. So, this is quite the fool proof project! What color do you plan on making with your DIY Rose Centerpiece? Will they be for a wedding, a dinner party, or for your table at home?
If you would like another pretty rose inspiration, these DIY Flameless Rose Tea Lights are also perfect for entertaining! Pssst: they are made with plastic spoons (no joke!).
Check them out:
I like to make fabric flowers, so this post caught my eye! These came out so pretty, a great idea! and not too hard.