Thursday, September 8, 2011

Easy Fall Centerpiece

Since it's September now, I decorated for Fall this weekend!  This year, I added a new centerpiece to my dining room table and I thought I'd share it with you!  I made it out of all things I had around the house, so it didn't cost any extra money!


Supplies needed:
coffee beans (leftover from my back-to-school gifts!)
jars
taper candles
hot glue
felt
buttons


1 - hot glue a taper candle to the bottom of each jar. 

 2 - pour coffee beans around the taper candle

 3 - continue filling each jar with coffee beans

4 - wrap each jar in a strip of felt and hot glue to secure

5 - add a button or some other embellishment to each jar
6 - wrap with leaf garland
7 - enjoy! 

Sharing this at Tatertots and Jello this week!
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2 comments:

  1. You're so good. Um, I love that painting beside your piano too. Did you make that???

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I'll be making and using my own scented candles. I can now smell the coffee aroma and scented candle. Like how you added the leaves to give more colors to the centerpiece.

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