Super-simple but Beautiful

Here at Christmas Place, we are always ready to offer holiday tips to help you create memorable moments to cherish with family and friends.  It’s what we live for!

Here’s a super-simple project – a beautiful candle-and-poinsettia-in-red-sleigh centerpiece for your Christmas table, in just a few easy steps.  I’ll include all the elements, most (but not all*) of them available at the store.

Christmas Sleigh Centerpiece

1.  Assemble your base:

  • Red sleigh (so new, it hasn’t even come over from the warehouse yet, give us a few days)
  • Red candle(s)*
  • Green foam*
  • Green moss*

Mini red sleigh with candles and grass

2:  Next, add…

  • Poinsettia
  • [Red berries]
  • [Red & green crabapples]
  • Green stems with leaves
  • [Frosted cedar stems]
  • Iced holly stems
  • Pine stems
  • Red velvet ribbon
  • Fruit and nuts (not visible in photos)

3.  Mix with:

  • One talented floral designer*
  • Hot glue gun*
  • Wire and chenille stems*

4.  Leave everything alone together for about two hours.  When you return, voilà!

Mini red sleigh with candles and Christmas floral

The perfect centerpiece for Christmas dinner – besides the turkey, the ham, and Mom’s sweet potato casserole (with pecans and marshmallows).

Mini Red Sleigh and Candles Christmas Floral Arrangement

I told you it was super simple!  You will find lots of ideas in our [on-line floral selection at] to help you create a Christmas masterpiece – or just come by the store, and let us do the work for you.  (We’ll let you take the credit, we don’t mind.)

Come back for more quick and easy holiday projects to help you prepare for the best Christmas 2016 ever!

~Janet @ The Incredible Christmas Place

2 thoughts on “A Christmas Sleigh in Four Easy Steps

  1. Taylor Seely says:

    Hi there,

    I am a journalism student at Arizona State University, and I was wondering if Christmas Place would be interested in a guest blog post? I am working on expanding my freelancing experience, and I would love to submit a piece if you guys are interested. I’m open to writing something you assign, or if you’d like me to pitch something, I can do that as well.

    Taylor Seely

    • christmasplace says:

      Sure, we’d be happy to take a look and see what you’ve written, and would be open to a guest post. Just share something that inspires you about Christmas!


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