DIY: Wired Tea Light Holder : from Remodelista - Simply twist coated wire (jewelry supplies any craft store or maybe wire hangers?) using pliers around a tea light. Be sure to use tea lights with a base to prevent wax drips and fire hazards.
A mom rinses a leftover tuna can. What it becomes? I am so doing this in my daughter’s bedroom!
Cover plastic cups in fabric, attach to string lights! What a great idea to use all the yards of fabric pieces and a lot of cups on a string of lights. I can see my granddarlings helping me on this project
Use wall hooks to hang mason jars and create soft candle light on your outdoor porch. - Super cute idea for any of the blank wall space in the living room or dinning room. May stick out to far if huge up the stair way to get up stairs.
15 Fascinating Crafts With Lace Doilies You Should Make Immediately
To make them, simply soak a doily in wallpaper paste and wrap it around a balloon. Let the balloon hang overnight to allow the doily to dry completely. When the doily is dry, pop the balloon and you'll be left with a lovely candleholder!
The big day is about little touches, and eye-catching centerpieces are an absolute necessity for a significant stylish theme. In spite of the fact that flower bouquets are okay, you can spend less cash and have a fabulous time by making your own cheap and
Green craft project idea - Repurpose a tuna can and clothes pins to make a flower pot or candle holders. Would be cute to do with a kid to work on fine motor skills. Would be cute for grandparents or as a Mothers Day gift! =) mothers day present :)