I started by making a fall candle centerpiece. The centerpiece shown below is from a couple of years ago.
Layer vase filler on the bottom for the candle to rest on. I like to use black vase filler.
I had twigs from an old twiggy wall hanging that I cut it apart. I soaked the twigs overnight to make them bendable (it would have been much easier to use grapevines).
I arranged the twigs around the inside of a container and added enough vase filler to keep a level area for the candle.
I added some acorns and fall leaves and voila fall candle centerpiece!
I placed a pheasant in the curve of the driftwood.
I added a couple of pheasant feathers, some winter foliage, more twigs, and tiny woodland creatures around the base of the driftwood.
I set my hunt table with Noritake's Keltcraft Pursuit pattern plates on my Walmart charger plates.
I added ruby red wineglasses, salad bowls, and parfait glasses.
Keltcraft pursuit plates - Goodwill Auction
Flatware - Goodwill
Napkins - Goodwill
Ruby red wines glasses - Goodwill Auction
Napkin rings - VOA
Pheasants, woodland creatures, & driftwood - Thrift stores.
Containers for candle centerpieces - Marc's
Metal pine cone candle holders - Goodwill
Candles - Marc's
Thrift on ladies - you will be amazed at what you will find.