This fall candle arrangement is colorful and inexpensive. Simply layer dried corn, burgundy cockscomb celosia, pale-green dried hops, and brown oak leaves inside a wide cylinder vase. Then place a pillar candle in a narrower glass and center it.
You don't have to break the bank or the clock to make your place festive for Thanksgiving. These decorations are all made from things you probably have in or around your home. They're simple, pretty, and don't require much energy—just the right kind of DI
These centerpieces are great for the Fall wedding season! Use natural elements like leaves, pinecones, and twigs to get this effect! (To make sure the leaves don't brown, you can get fake ones from craft stores and spray with a fire proof spray!
Here's an easy decorating idea to use as your centerpiece or to give as a hostess gift this Thanksgiving! Place a Pillar candle inside a glass container. Surround the candle with such as acorns, chestnuts or pine cones.