DIY Floral Halloween Centerpiece

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By Home Decor Contributor Typhanie, from TP Design.

DIY Floral Halloween Centerpiece. Tutorial at

If you are planning on hosting a Halloween dinner party this year, here is a great center piece to liven up your tablescape. This is a fun and festive project that can be done in no time…Happy Decorating Everyone!


Materials Needed:


Step 1:

Tape decorative black & white tape (or desired tape) around the silver basket and cut end (I started taping 1 ½’’ from tub top and did two decorative lines)


Step 2:

Use hot glue to secure decorative paper bats to silver basket in desired location


Step 3:

Bend stems and arrange black roses in silver basket and scotch tape roses to basket to secure placement


Step 4:

Add crow to desired location and scotch tape to secure placement


Step 5:

Place glitter pumpkin picks in floral arrangement in preferred locations

DIY Floral Halloween Centerpiece. Tutorial at

Your Halloween Center Piece is now complete. Enjoy!

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About typhanie

My name is Typhanie Peterson and I’m the editor of the blog Shoebox Décor and an interior decorator in sunny southern California who loves entertaining and making beautiful things. I’m no Martha Stewart but I must say I’m pretty handy with a glue gun. I’m a child of the 80′s so I’m not afraid of color and I believe everyone can have a beautiful home no matter the budget…Happy Crafting Everyone!

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