This centerpiece has a very fall-ish feel, so it would work for either Halloween or Thanksgiving.
I started with an artificial pumpkin, a candle and two fall floral sprigs.
I cut a circle around the stem using a sharp steak knife.
It was much easier than I thought it would be!
I stuck the fall sprigs in the hole and wedged the candle into the hole.
It's tight enough that the candle holds the foliage tight without having to use glue.
Then I arranged the leaves to space them out and make the candle noticeable.
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