Table centerpieces are so enjoyable to design in the fall. Let me show you how to create your own using an old wooden toolbox in 5 easy steps.

Grab your favorite vintage or rustic toolbox.  You can find similar old toolboxes at flea markets, antique shops, second-hand shops, thrift stores, country stores, etc…

Gather up your favorite fall clippings from around your yard, a hike in the woods, or pick up a few at your local shopping outlets.

Today, I’m using winterberries, maple leaf branches, corn husks, and my favorite, apples to create this fall centerpiece with.

I started creating today’s fall centerpiece with clipped backyard winterberry branches in the bottom of this vintage wooden toolbox.

Next, I added a few colorful branches of maple leaves that I collected on a hike last week. They are a bit dry and wilted, but it’s fall!  Dry and crunchy is A-Ok! And the more the better!

I like to add apples to EVERYTHING in the fall. The vibrant red color of this fabulous autumn fruit makes any centerpiece, table, or kitchen counter warm and inviting.

Corn husks are so fall-inspiring too. I grabbed a couple of dark red corns at a local market. The dark rich color matches beautifully with the winterberry and apple combination.

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