I took a brass plated charger from the thrift store and placed a dollar store evergreen wreath over it. I added some festive ribbon to the wreath by making loops and securing the ribbon with the branches of the wreath.
Then, I took some shatterproof ornaments and removed the top where you hang it and just attach it to the branches. I got that tip from Savvy Seasons. I alternated green and gold ornaments around the wreath. These were just leftover ornaments that I won't be using on our Christmas tree.
In the center I placed a golden reindeer I bought for 50% off at Rite Aid. I accidently dropped him as soon as I walked out of the store with him and broke his back leg but luckily, he can still stand. I am so clumsy sometimes! I added the bling around his neck from a piece of an old homemade ornament. It is a piece of green tinsel with snowflakes with red stones in the middle. It fit him perfectly.
You could easily recreate a similar centerpiece in your own color scheme and holiday style. Just place a dollar store wreath on a tray, plate, mirror, or other object and place any other Christmassy item in the center such as an angel figurine or a candle. Then embellish with leftover ribbon, ornaments or however you like.