Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece

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Recycled Coca Cola bottles can look incredibly elegant with a little spray paint.  Follow this Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece tutorial to glam up your Christmas table, without breaking the bank.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

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Can you believe that Christmas is now just days away?!!  I love seeing our home all decorated.
Growing up, my family was never very big on decorating the table for any holiday.  Sometime after my mom became a Grandma, she did buy a set of Christmas dishes, and would set the table with them every year.  She had matching everything from plates, to serving dishes, glasses, mugs……she had it all.  I don’t ever remember decorating a table beyond the matching dishes. We usually kept it pretty casual (eatin’ pants are always welcome 🙂 )


Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

Now that I know how much work goes into hosting a holiday meal, I understand why decorating the table isn’t a high priority. I’m no Martha Stewart, but I have learned a pretty table doesn’t have to add stress and expense to your entertaining.  I’m so excited to be partnering with Coca-Cola again and can’t wait to share my simple Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece I made using recycled Coca Cola bottles!

Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece tutorial

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

 

I wanted to start my tablescape with a something very quick and very affordable, that’s where the empty Coke bottles came in.  I set up a paint station in the garage with my bottles and some cardboard and sprayed 10 bottles in gold and silver glitter spray paint.

I do have one tip, Coca-Cola bottles took a LOT of spray paint, to cover the label.  I would recommend getting a primer to spray them with before the glitter paint. I did buy a glitter paint sealant, so the glitter didn’t get all over the place once they were painted.

I let the bottles dry for a day or so and then had fun styling the table.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

I started with a round white tray from my bedroom, added some of the glitter painted bottles, a few candles, floral picks and artificial snow.  To add just a little more bling, I hung a snowflake ornament from one of the bottles and placed a pretty antique looking silver ornament to the tray.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

 

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

I rummaged thru my Christmas decor and filled the rest of the Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece with a christmas garland, a small tree and a lantern and I was done!!  I love how it turned out!

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

To keep my budget low, I used my gold (plastic) chargers I picked up at Target last year, and the red dinner plate and silver dessert plates are actually paper plates I got when I visited our brand new Ikea in St. Louis!!  Turning my color scheme into silver, gold and red.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

I bought these little monogramed stockings at Kohls the other day, I think they were $5 each, but of course I had a coupon.  I knew they would look adorable on the table with my gold flatware.

Merry Christmas To All!! details at TidyMom.net

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

I love the dimension of the centerpiece with both the gold and silver glitter painted bottles mixed with the white candles and a variety of florals, with little pops of red.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

Nearly everything on this table was repurposed from around the house, making it a very inexpensive, but still festive way to dress up the table for the holidays with minimal effort.

Use empty Cocoa Cola bottles as a pretty holiday table centerpiece. Just paint with glitter spray paint and add some holiday florals, and arrange on a tray. Easy and costs almost nothing! details at TidyMom.net

Of course another fun element to the table were the ice cold Christmas Holiday Share a Coke Bottles.

Share a Coke with Santa, Your Secret Santa, Someone Nice or Someone Naughty this Christmas holiday! details at TidyMom.net

We had Share a Coke with Santa, Secret Santa, Someone Naughty, Someone Nice and Elves.  They made for smiles all around!

Christmas Holiday Table + DIY centerpiece with painted Coca-Cola bottles details at TidyMom.net

Have a very Merry Christmas and be sure to check out Coca-Cola’s Pinterest boards for more holiday inspiration!

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Recycled Coca Cola bottles can look incredibly elegant with a little spray paint. Follow this Glitter Painted Holiday Centerpiece tutorial to glam up your Christmas table, without breaking the bank. details at TidyMom.net

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