A Berry Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Now that Halloween is behind us, Thanksgiving is already looming. I was challenged by the #FebrezeHoliday scentspiration kit that I received to switch out my pumpkin centerpieces a little early in prep for the next holiday and I'm glad I did.

The Febreze Home for the Holidays Collection available for a limited time at Walmart can help welcome the upcoming holidays with the scents of Frosted Pine, Apple Tart, Toasted Almond, Vanilla Latte, and Sugared Cranberry.

I was especially taken with the Sugared Cranberry scent since every Turkey Day I make homemade cranberry sauce (Tip: after I boil the cranberries with a splash of orange juice, I mix in a can of crushed pineapple to sweeten the sometimes tart dish).

This year, I thought I'd also decorate my Thanksgiving table with cranberries, which can be as easy as filling a clear vase or bowl with loose cranberries or slipping a branch of bittersweet, holly or fall favorite into a ceramic pitcher. I didn't know where to locate real fall branches down here in Florida, so I purchased artificial red berry holly and cranberry branches, which will definitely last longer anyway.

A Berry Thanksgiving Centerpiece - DIY

My favorite color is red, so I am really loving this bright home decoration on my table and I can't wait for my family to gather around it at Thanksgiving time (I'm hosting this year!).
Thanksgiving Centerpiece
While I've already been enjoying the Febreze NOTICEables Sugared Cranberry Air Freshener plugged in, I plan on getting the Febreze Fabric Refresher spray also in Sugared Cranberry to spritz directly on to the faux berries to add a subtle but festive fragrance to the display.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks and Febreze, but all opinions and above statements are naturally my own. 

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