*Colored ice balls* Fill balloons with water and add food coloring- red and green would be great around christmas! (be careful not to let the food coloring escape!), once frozen cut the balloons off and voila! Look like giant marbles :)
Year round crate filled with different things for each season. Love this simple holiday decorating / repurposing idea: Fill a crate with jars, candles, and greenery and/or pine cones. (via Kaleidoscope of Colors)
I did this with red and white candles. It turned out super cute for the first stretch of the candles being lit, but once they started melting down and getting shorter, it wasn't as cute and now I just have a little metal bucket full of wax.
Simple Holiday Centerpieces - A holiday centerpiece perfect for Christmas—wrap upcycled soup cans in upholstery tape, and secure with twine. Place small rosemary plants in cans. Guests can take these home and use in cooking or to plant in their gardens.
Add natural elements to your holiday decor for a rustic feel to your Christmas decorating. To make, place a leafy branch at the bottom of a large glass Mason jar or vase. Fill two-thirds full with water; drop in cranberries and a floating candle.
Gold Glitter Mason Jar - Gold Vase, Gold Mason Jar, Glitter Mason Jar, Pencil Holder, Wedding Vase - This would make a great centerpiece base to build from. I wonder could I make this more fall like. Maybe layer a rust color with a brown perhaps?