Sometimes going a little extra is just what you need. Make your home warmer and cozy creating cinnamon hugged pillar candles. You can use cinnamon scented pillar candles and decorate them with cinnamon sticks, just take some full-sized cinnamon sticks, place them around the pillars and secure with a jute rope or thread.
Because Some Glitter Never Hurts Anyone
For those looking for a simple yet visually appealing décor, these dusted glitter candles will surely be a catch for you. All you need is some dry glitter, glue and white or ivory color pillar candles. Just apply some glue on the part that you want to be covered, sprinkle some glitter on that area and dust off the extra. Do the same to other candles, you can choose them in different sizes or shapes. Now take a tray and fill it with glitter foam balls, place your pillar candles and create a centerpiece for your living room or countertops.
Rise and Shine with Push Pins or Thumbtacks
Pillar candles decorated with push pins or board pins will surely highlight the places you want. It’s the simplest way to give a DIY décor to candles, all you have to do is gather the type of push pins and board pins you want to use and start making patterns by pushing them inside the candle. If you want to go according to the theme of any room, then you can buy push pins in that particular color but if you want to keep it classy then metallic board pins will do the job for you.
When in Doubt, Put a Bow on It
Fill empty spaces on your dining tables with a pillar candle centerpiece. All you need is some pebbles, metallic decorative balls, pillar candles, and some gold tone ribbons. Place the pebbles and metallic balls in the center of the table on a decorative tray, now take a plain pillar candle and wrap it in a ribbon. You can use a glue gun to paste the ribbon, now top it off with a bow. You can use a readymade bow or just create your own with some ribbons.
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