Centerpiece Collage

If you’re familiar with my style then you know that I love to recycle common items in unexpected ways. I like surprises! So when I was asked by Goodwill San Antonio to make centerpieces for their 70th anniversary celebration I jumped at the chance to turn thrifted pieces into beautiful table decor. I showed you how I made two pieces in this post, and now I’d love to share another creation with you. Here’s my cowboy hat centerpiece.

cowboy hat centerpiece

I’m joining up with several fabulous crafty bloggers to share fall tablescapes amd centerpieces with you. After you check out my tutorial you’re invited to visit these other creative sites for more table decor projects.



  • Cowboy hat
  • Gold spray paint
  • Flowers
  • Glitter balls table scatter
  • Hot glue gun
  • Burlap and Fabric
  • Leaf die cut (optional)


Step one: Spray paint the entire hat with the gold paint.
Step two: Remove the flowers from stems. Begin hot gluing them onto the hat.

Step three: Hot glue the glitter balls between the flowers as desired.

Step four: Cut leaves from the burlap and the fabric. I used a die and my Big Shot to cut them, but you could also hand cut them. Hot glue the leaves onto the hat.

Fun and unexpected, right?  This centerpiece will be a definite conversation starter!  I hope you’ve enjoyed my idea and tutorial.  Ready for more Thanksgiving tablescape and centerpiece ideas?  Take a look at all the beautiful project pictured below.  You can find the links to each of these tutorials just below the collage image.  Be sure to check them all out!

Have fun crafting and creating for the holidays!

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