A multi-candled mantlescape
Laurey W. Glenn

Protect Your Pillars

Placing each candle in a glass vase keeps flames from burning too quickly (protecting them from any breezes). Plus, this display keeps flames safely contained from guests, children, and pets.


A nutty candlescape
 

Go Nuts

Use holiday items that you've already purchased to create a natural dining-room table decoration. Try placing votive holders in a curving line down the center of the table. Then tuck in sprigs of greenery and scatter nuts along the arrangement.


A mirror doubles the effect of a candlelit tablescape
Laurey W. Glenn

Mirror Magic

Mirrors aren't just for hanging. When you place a framed dressing mirror on the table and top it with candles and floral arrangements, it creates a dramatic reflection and protects your heirloom furniture.


Monogrammed candles add a personal touch

Pretty and Personalized

Handmade presents add a unique touch to the gift-giving season. Create your own personalized candles using heavy-stock paper, glue, and holiday ribbon.


Fishbowls can be used as light globes
Ralph Anderson and William Dickey

Glowing Greetings

Transform everyday household items into a welcoming outdoor candlescape. Here, a plant stand doubles as a tall candelabra, with flames and flowers confined in small, inexpensive fishbowls.


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