Canada Day red and white centerpiece

Canada Day

This easy and simple DIY centrepiece is the perfect last minute project to add a festive touch to any Canada Day celebrations. Display it either indoor or outdoor to give your table an instant pop of patriotic red and white flair. 

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A little goes a long way, this is all you need to create this stylish flower arrangement:

Mason jars X 3, Pretty ribbons, glue gun, scissors and fresh flowers.

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Getting started:

  • Cut a strip of ribbon to wrap around each jar. No need for a big overlap just enough to glue the top part over the bottom one. Good sharp scissors really help because a straight cut looks best, even if it’s hiding on the back of the jars.
  • Don’t glue the ribbon to the jar, you want to be able to move it up and down the jar when finalizing your display.

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  • Ironically, cutting the flowers is what took the longest. Make sure to measure twice and cut once because once the stems are cut, that’s it!
  • Cut taller flowers to place in the middle with smaller ones around to create a nice full bouquet. Get enough flowers to get a full arrangement for each jar.
  • I used all white daisies because they’re so versatile, fit in any décor and because they simply scream “summer”.

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That’s it! You’re done! When displaying your mason jars, make sure all the seams face the back to get a flawless look. I displayed my red and white trio in a row on a wood dining table which looked very sharp. The glass jars, wood surface and fresh flowers give the centrepiece a fresh organic look. They also look beautiful when grouped together in a metal tray. The metal adds a touch of vintage country chic to the table, and makes it easy to transport your arrangement around the house.

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Another reason to use all white flowers is that they don’t take the attention away from the pretty ribbon. I wanted red and white ribbon to be the focal point of the centrepiece.

As you can see I didn’t go overboard with Canadian flags, sometimes all is needed is the use of colors to inject a little subtle patriotism into your décor. I hope this simple project inspires you to create your own!

Happy 150th birthday Canada!

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How are you planning to celebrate Canada Day? We’d love to hear from you, share your plans in the comment box below.

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