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Classic white votive candle with a boxwood garland accent. http://www.yourweddingcompany.com

Simple votive candle decoration also for Christmas

Merry Christmas & a Prosperous New Year to all my followers

*~❄️* “Christmas waves a magic wand over the world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.

ice votives for outdoor parties

ice votives for outdoor parties / holidays Winter wedding?

could do this with a small flower too (but only for a few hours since the flower will wilt)

marmalade jar with olive twig and tealight

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Sweet Scents Romance the kitchen (or any room) by arranging simple jelly jars in a line on a countertop, shelf, or mantel. Line the jar rims with fragrant wreaths of rosemary and thyme sprigs wired together, then insert votive candles

Ferns and pillar candles in glass hurricanes, maybe add some lovely white flowers

Belgian Pearls, favorite Christmas decorating This is a great idea, you can use other things like spices, and the candle will smell nice and look good too!

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Jelly Jar Lanterns ~ Wrap a piece of flexible greenery around the jar just below the lip, and twist a piece of floral wire around the ends to secure. The jars here are decorated with ivy, willow, and myrtle.

a little greenery around your tea lights

Moss Covered Votive to match moss at ceremony?

Table number idea

Sweet and simple olive branch heart centerpieces.

Tree ivy, plain and simple, is the indispensable greenery for making quick festive effects. Cut long, leafy lengths and use them to trail down the centre of the Christmas table, to garland around the backs of chairs, or wired in short bunches onto one long length of garden twine to create a garland. As a final table touch, twist bare stems around napkins and slip in a single leaf to act as a place marker, using gold ink to write names. Before use, soak ivy in water for at least 30 minutes to…

Have a colourful Christmas: festive flowers set the scene

Tree ivy, plain and simple, is the indispensable greenery for making quick festive effects. Cut long, leafy lengths and use them to trail down the centre of the Christmas table, to garland around the backs of chairs, or wired in short bunches onto one long length of garden twine to create a garland. As a final table touch, twist bare stems around napkins and slip in a single leaf to act as a place marker, using gold ink to write names. Before use, soak ivy in water for at least 30 minutes to…

heather candle diy

DIY with lavender and twine. Skip the candle holder by using a Candle Impressions flameless candle so the lavender can be fastened directly onto the wax.

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Holiday Decorating Ideas Idea Box by Joan Loomis

An ice luminary - This 5 Minute Hack Will Make Your Porch Look Amazing!

Evergreen clippings and wire come together and form tiny wreaths to slip over pillar candles. Place on a metal or silver tray to dress up the coffee table.

12 Chic, Easy Holiday Table Ideas

❥ Holiday Candle Wreath~ Evergreen clippings and wire come together and form tiny wreaths to slip over pillar candles. Place on a metal or silver tray to dress up the coffee table.

BBs and candles in crystal bowl or jars.

Wine glasses filled with tea lights and silver Mardi Gras beads- could use yellow candles cute centerpiece idea

botanical ice lanterns | gardenista

DIY: Botanical Ice Lanterns

On these darkest nights of the year, it's important to add as many spots of light as possible. Take advantage of frigid temperatures and make an ice lantern to welcome your holiday guests.

5 Festive Home Décor Ideas That Will Get You In The Durga Puja/Navratri Spirit

Nice glamour shot featured LED mini light strings from Everlasting Glow. THere are so many ways to use these energy saving lights - in clear glass jars, cloches, string around wreaths/garlands, add to a centerpiece.

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