Note: This is a partnered post with Dollar Tree. I hope you enjoy this DIY decor project – it is my concept, and all opinions in this post are mine as well.
Spring is in the air, and I’ve been having fun helping our home decor reflect the change in seasons. Our Easter decor is put away, and there aren’t any more holidays we’ll decorate for until the Fourth of July, so I was on the hunt for a table centerpiece that would work through spring and the first half of summer.
I don’t want to spend a ton on decor items, and it can be easy to spend upwards of $40 to end up with something cute, so I decided to shop Dollar Tree for some stylish and affordable options.
I knew I wanted something colorful, so a blue woven placemat jumped out at me as the perfect base for our centerpiece.
Next I looked at vases – they have a TON, which I knew because I’ve shopped their vases for an office party before. But I hadn’t seen these bud vases before, with a fun orange chevron print. The orange contrasts against the blue perfectly!
Next I needed to find something to fill the vases. Dollar Tree has a lot of flower options, but I wanted to do something a little different and was thrilled to find sprigs of onion grass along with the artificial flowers. I bought nine sprigs so I could have three in each vase, and then I pulled the grass off of the branches so it would sit at the right height in the vases.
I love the finished product of this centerpiece – it’s bright, cheery, and modern, and it’ll be perfect on our dining table for months to come. And the best part? It was just $13 total for all the supplies (I priced it out and it would’ve been more than twice this cost if I shopped at another major retailer for similar supplies, by the way)!