Easy Fall Candle Centerpiece
This easy fall candle centerpiece is a lot of fun to make. Using different mix and match techniques, you can make unique pieces that fit your style.
For the first candle, paint a strip of Mod Podge around the center.
Take a piece of burlap ribbon and wrap it around, trimming it where the ends meet.
Tie a piece of wire/twine/ribbon of your choice around the center.
Let it dry and you're done with your first candle!
For the next candle, place painter's tape where you *don't* want glitter. Mod Podge the open area and sprinkle glitter on. Wait for the Mod Podge to dry, and put a top coat of Mod Podge on.
Remove the tape while the top coat is still wet. Once it's dry, paint a strip of Mod Podge around the bottom.
Take some small twigs and stick them to the glass. Use a piece of twine/ribbon to tie the twigs on. This will stabilize the twigs while they dry, and also be a nice accent.
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Published November 5th, 2014 9:24 PM