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  • Patricia Buttner

    Natural Thanksgiving Table Decorations | Easy and Elegant Thanksgiving Centerpieces

  • Shilo

    Thanksgiving Decor: Candles and Dried Fruit

  • K Rod

    Citrus Thanksgiving Holiday Table Centerpiece Candles Dried Fruit

  • Emily Leahey

    Pretty for Thanksgiving - Warm up your holiday table with a scentsational centerpiece -- dress pillar candles with dried oranges, lemons, and limes. Thinly slice the citrus fruits about 1/8-inch thick. Place a wire cooling rack on a cookie sheet, and then arrange the sliced oranges, lemons, and limes on the rack. Put the cookie sheet and rack in an oven preheated to 250 degrees for approximately two hours, or until all moisture is removed. Tip: If you find that your slices have not dried in 2 hours, you can also turn off the oven and leave the fruit in overnight. Using a glue gun, connect the citrus slices to each other, forming a band around the base of each candle. Do not glue them to the candle. Once your candles are decorated, cluster them in the center of your Thanksgiving table and weave berried branches throughout to create a cohesive centerpiece. Read more: Thanksgiving Centerpieces - Easy Ideas for Thanksgiving Table Centerpieces to Make - Good Housekeeping

  • Sally Wehrley

    Fruit candle centerpiece, plus other pretty and simple ideas.

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