The temperature today is only 15 degrees & everything is frosty outside. This centerpiece was inspired by all of the frosty days in the Winter. It’s easy to make & only uses 5 items. The hardest thing about this centerpiece is waiting for the paint to dry.
I hope you’ll give this one a try.
As I said in my previous post, I burn a lot of candles in my house. Depending on how long they burn, I remove the left over wax in two ways. Both are easy enough to do.
The evening meal has been eaten, dishes are washed, counter tops are cleaned off, floor is swept & garbage is taken out.
I’m just curious, how do you tell your household that the kitchen is closed for the evening?
In my New Year Tablescape, I used this Diamond Candle Ring as the centerpiece. It was very easy to make and can be used any time of the year. I love the way it sparkles whether it’s from sunlight or candle light.
Here’s how I made it.
This is the 4th and final tutorial for making the Halloween Candle Holder Centerpiece.
Today’s tutorial is the Ghost Candle Holders and I think the easiest one.
This is the third tutorial for the Halloween Candle Holder Centerpiece.
Today I’ll be showing you how to make the Tin Man Candle Holder. It’s a little more involved that the previous tutorials, but it really is easy to make & is my favorite.
This is the second tutorial for the Halloween Candle Holder Centerpiece.
Today I’ll show you how I made the Mummy Candle Holder, and it’s so easy to make.
I’ve been working on a new centerpiece for Halloween that I thought was fun.
I’ll be showing you how to make the entire centerpiece over the next few days. The first tutorial is how to tint & make Mod Podge candle holders. I hope you enjoy the tutorials.
Happy Birthday, America!
If you saw my 4th of July Tablescape, you might have noticed the Scatter Candle Centerpiece. I’ve been making these for over 20 years for several reasons. They are easy to put together, very inexpensive, can be customized to go with any color scheme and always bring a little sparkle to any place you put them. And the best part is that it only takes a few minutes do.
Here’s how I make them: