"Winter Wonderland" centrepiece.
This was one of the last decorative pieces I made this season. It was a custom made Christmas gift for my Aunt and Uncle.
I took inspiration from the "Winter Village" centrepiece I previously made and utilized a tree stump wedge to make a table centrepiece. I had this wedge laying around in my wood stash, waiting for its purpose. It was the perfect piece to use as the backdrop for this decoration.
I dry brushed the wedge in gray and white paint. I bent a couple of old white wire hangers to form the phrase "winter wonderland", which I then attached to the wedge.
To add visual interest and height, I added some faux snowy branches along the back of the wedge.
This piece would not be complete if I didn't put a rustic house on it, of course! The house is made from a reclaimed pallet block, natural tree bark, and the windows and door are cut from tea-stained paper.
Just like in the "Winter Village" centrepiece, I added a couple of pointy star ornaments. I just love these! They are modern and glam, but really compliment all the other rustic elements.
A couple of snow-covered trees and a beautiful white star positioned behind the house also add a little sparkle.
A few snow balls, mini pinecones, and large snowflakes throughout and this piece is complete!