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  • Kristina Mattner

    Here's the votive's version of Easter finery: these enchanting tea light holders, crafted in seconds and guaranteed to dress up any holiday table. All you need are candles, ribbon, gerbera daisies, cordial glasses, and double-stick tape. Affix a length of ribbon around the metal rim of the votive. Snip off almost the entire stem of the flower, splay out the petals, and insert into the glass. Top each daisy with a lit candle. For a twinkling effect, place a glass at each setting.

  • Karen Jacobsen

    perfect inexpensive and easy table decor for any event (gerber daisy w/ riboon-wrapped tea light candle) and a lot of other ideas!

  • Elaine Bello

    pink flower and tea candle centerpiece idea

  • Vann Hudson

    Scatter some Sunshine Gerbera daisies equal happiness when their sturdy little heads hold tea lights and they are perched on top of a water filled votive candle holder. Cute idea for a baby shower, as center pieces!

  • Michele McMasters

    gerbera daisy w/ ribbon-wrapped tea light candle in .....? shot glass?

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