Light up the Dinner Table With This Craft.

Angie Waldner
by Angie Waldner
4 Materials
1 Hour
I was at the thrift store in Oct. I use it as a craft store to start many projects. I was so happy to get a large tree topper for just $5.00 I also found a spiral shaped candle holder I re worked it into a table decoration
To the left of the topper you see and up side down glass candle holder
The little glass red ornaments were stuffed into the up side down candle glass holder .Then a canning jar lid was glued into place at the bottom, so the balls would stay in place. Then the tree topper was glued in place This all was done with hot glue.
I was just seeing how I could add greenery to the table area then slide in the topper center piece. No light at this time
I am so sorry My camera is not working well .I think this will let you see how it came out . I see by looking at this picture I can still add some more red ornaments in the greenery.
I know it is not clear but this is a spiral candle holder from the thrift store.
Bell and ball ornaments were hot glued in place to each little cup of the candle holder, and greenery went up the middle first. I saw so many candle holders at the thrift store ,that could be re worked into a nice table decoration. This candle holder was just $1.00
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