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Create a lollipop centerpiece by sticking lollipop sticks into a foam form. For instance, a foam tree with suckers makes an instant lollipop Christmas tree. Place the lollipop tree on a red doily in the middle of a table... More »

A simple idea for a do-it-yourself wedding centerpiece without fresh flowers uses artificial flowers submerged underwater in a glass vase, explains DIY Weddings. Silk or latex flowers, glass vases, stainless steel washer... More »

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About.com suggests placing a mirror under the centerpiece vase to add a touch of sophistication. Another idea is to create a tropical look with watery blues and sunny yellows. More »

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