Valentine's Day Candle Holder Centerpiece

Dezinefun
by Dezinefun
5 Materials
$11
15 Minutes
Easy
I created a Valentine's Day candle holder centerpiece using pink roses and heart picks. This could be used as a wedding centerpiece or on a Valentine's Day table. It's very inexpensive and it was a lot of fun to make.
I started by using a ring dry floral foam on top of a silver plate.
I then cut down the dark pink rose stems to 1inch and started inserting them in the sides of the foam all the way around. See the video for how to install them.
I inserted a second row of roses directly above the first using the lighter pink color. I also cut the stems down to 1 inch before inserting them.
I inserted the final and 3rd row of pink roses directly above the 2nd to completely cover the floral foam.
I inserted 4 shimmery heart picks into the top of the arrangement.
The last thing I did was to insert the glass candle holder directly in the middle and added a candle. This makes a beautiful Valentine's Day centerpiece for any table. It could even be used for a wedding as well.
Full Youtube tutorial here.
Suggested materials:
  • Pink roses   (Dollar Tree)
  • Ring dry floral foam   (Dollar Tree)
  • Glass candle holder   (Dollar Tree)
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  • Desee Desee on Feb 08, 2017
    How do I follow your crafts

  • Pat Gaston Pat Gaston on Feb 08, 2017
    Did you leave the silver tray on the bottom or was it just to set the foam ring on ?

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