DIY Rotating Condiment Centerpiece.
Bennett & Marissa's Table.
We created this centerpiece for a charcuterie table for about 40 people. The guests were fascinated with this condiment centerpiece, and it was so-o-o easy to make.
Here are the how to's...
What You'll Need:
1 15" Lazy Susan
1 8"?? Large Glass Vase (for bread loafs)
1 Glue Gun with Glue Sticks (and a piece of foil to set the glue gun on while it's hot)
Plug in your glue gun. Set it on the foil square so it doesn't burn anything or make a mess.
Place tape over the hole in the bottom of the inside of each flower pot.
Use the photo above to lay out your flower pots, jars, and vase on your lazy susan. Once you have the pots, jars and vase laid out the way you like, glue down the flower pots only. I did NOT glue the jars or the vase down on the lazy susan. I only glued the flower pots down and they acted as the border that "locked in" the jars and vase, and held them in place. Use a good amount of glue on the bottom of your flower pots. Have a paper towel ready to clean up any oozing. Be careful not to get it on your fingers.
Fill the glass jars with fabulous make-ahead home-made condiments. Annie and I made Bacon Jam, Sun Dried Tomato Pesto, Cranberry Chutney, and Apricot Onion Relish (for recipes click here). We also bought good quality bread & butter pickles and cornichon.
Fill the tiny pots with gourmet finishing salts and peppers, and any spices your guests might like. For finishing salt recipes that cost under $5 to make click here.
Arrange artisan bread loaves in the glass vase, and then neatly label all jars and pots. For ideas on making labels and label holders click here.?? Add teaspoons to the condiments and mini spoons (I bought mine at Amazon), to the salt and spices.
This centerpiece, filled with an abundance of delicious condiments and spices, will transform your table and help create a memorable event!
For more on this table go to Bennett & Marissa's Table.
Sun Dried Tomato Pesto
Apricot Onion Relish