Recycled Crafts: A Cinnamon Stick Centerpiece!

This cinnamon stick centerpiece is perfect for people who get excited about recycled crafts! With the holidays coming quickly, I am already seeing tons of holiday decor in the stores. You can’t step foot into Target or even the grocery store without seeing some sort of Halloween, Thanksgiving and even Christmas merchandise.

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I try hard not to spend a lot of money on holiday decor. It just isn’t really something that is hugely important to me. I love how simple this cinnamon stick craft is and putting a homemade fall centerpiece on the table this holiday season gives the table a homey and personal touch.

Cinnamon Stick Centerpiece makes a Cheap and Easy Recycled Craft

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I want my house to look nice for the holidays, but I prefer to keep my decorations as simple and natural as I can. A bowl of scented pine cones, a scented candles and a few recycled crafts are usually the only things that I decorate with for fall. Minimalism is a great concept for sustainable holidays!

The thing I love most about eco friendly crafts is that I can take something old and relatively useless and turn it into something unique and pretty. Something you would never find gracing the shelves of a department store. If you are looking for cinnamon stick craft ideas, this one is quick and easy!

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Recycled Crafts: A Cinnamon Stick Centerpiece

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I absolutely love the smell of cinnamon in my house. It is warm and inviting and brings to mind tasty things like pie and applesauce. I bought a whole bunch of cinnamon sticks on Amazon and have been trying to find creative ways to use them. Combine cinnamon sticks  with my love of recycled crafts and you have a wonderful fall centerpiece idea!

Easy Recycled Craft Idea 2

Recycled Crafts: A Cinnamon Stick Centerpiece

All I needed for this recycled craft was a collection of fall flowers and a glue gun and now I have a fall centerpiece that is cheap, natural, recycled AND smells pretty!

Supplies:

  • One tin can with lid removed and washed thoroughly
  • Cinnamon sticks (3 to 6 inch, depending on height of can)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Flowers and water

Directions:

  • Lay your clean tin can on a flat surface
  • Hot glue the cinnamon stick to the can, making sure they are completely perpendicular to the bottom of the can and do not extend farther below the can than the bottom edge.
  • Continue gluing the cinnamon sticks all the way around the can until you have covered the entire thing
  • Fill the can with water and add flowers!

Do you enjoy recycled crafts?


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Diane has a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology with a Minor in Health Management and Policy. She spent many years working in cancer research, academics, and biotechnology. Concern over the growing incidence of human disease and the birth of her children led her to begin living a more natural life. She quickly realized that the information she was learning along the way could be beneficial to many others and started blogging as a way to share this knowledge with others. While passionate about health and the environment she can’t quite give up her favorite Cheetos and Diet Coke!

Looking for sustainable and affordable holiday decor?  Make it yourself! This Cinnamon Stick Centerpiece makes a Cheap and Easy Recycled Craft

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  1. That is really pretty!

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