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Light up any nook with a DIY cityscape that’s sure to spread joy in your home. With a few materials, our downloadable skyline, a little time, and a lot of holiday spirit, convert a mason jar (or two) into your own lit-up little city! Spread more joy with other crafts to share with friends and family.
Tweet Pin It I love taking a simple object and reinventing it. This is a great example of how you can take simple objects and make something glamorous, without a ton of time or money. Linda from GlueArts uses a paper latern, pearl stamens, die cut flowers and butterflies, crepe paper and old book paper […]
Tissue paper flowers are an easy craft that provides massive visual impact, especially as an art installation. Anyone can make these flowers from bridal parties to small children. It’s a fun way to get people involved in your decorating. The flowers are pretty and delicate but last longer than real flowers. While we’re a sucker …
A couple of ideas on how to fill the flower bowl/reflector plate on a candelabra (besides flowers): 1.Moss ball 2.Glass (gazing) ball 3.A candle inside a colored-glass candle-holder. The glass candle-holder needs to be tall enough to be visible. 4.Lemons and limes 5.Seashells 6.Snow-globe (during holiday season) 7.Collection of Christmas ornaments (during holiday season)
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This year, candelabras are appearing more often on reception tables at formal events. One inexpensive way to fill the reflector plate on a candelabra is to add a real or faux moss ball. Consider asking your florist to add a few strands of ivy to wrap around the ball and the candelabra base.