Bundt Pan Candy Cane Wreath

I always seem to have an extra bundt pan. I pick them up at the thrift store all the time. I turned this one into a candy cane striped wreath with a poinsettia in the middle and scalloped ribbon on the edges.
Scalloped sparkly ribbon on the edges adds a little Christmas shine
Painted red on a white bundt pan
Bbundt pan wreath paired with a silver tree branch and some vintage glass

Denise On A Whim
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  • Ilene Ilene on Oct 21, 2019

    Not a bundt pan but I hope this helps someone. My small weding was outside; table cloth covered umbrella tables. I took some old jello molds, supplemented with dollar store finds and spray painted gold. A month or so before the wedding I planted the molds with flowers that would bloom by the bid day. Not a green thumb; relied on Nursery for guidance. The molds hold more than you would think. NO DRAIN HOLES! Day of the event I put the cloths down, put a flower filled mold over the hole, put the umbrella pole through the mold. I had flowers all around the pole and didn't spend much. It was beautiful.

  • Ilene Ilene on Apr 10, 2021

    Thank you for asking for photos. I was married in 1999. Natural disaster, small but significant flood, and moves took care of photos.

    Picture my project in your head. Umbrella table, table cloth with hole in center, jello mold - NO DRAINAGE HOLES - with hole planted with flowers set on tablecloth over the hole, pole through mold, table hole, into stand under table.

    if you plant in time you will have plenty of flowers. Last minute? Buy some at nursery. Even without drainage holes, my flowers lasted several months after the wedding.

    for the cloths, at the time my local fabric store sold fabric “lace” by the yard. I bought some with large circle pattern. I cut out enough individual circles to make my table cloths. They were perfect.

    good luck with your project. Keep your pictures safe!!!!

    best to you, Ilene