Tea Light in a Mason Jar

I am always looking for new ideas on how to display candles. I happened to think this was really cute.  Denise at I love this and that has all of the directions for this Candle in a Bottle.  The thing I like about this is that you don’t really need much.

Supplies:

Reading Book Paper

Scissors

Glass Jar or Bottle

Glue

Rope or Ribbon

Tea Light Candle

Are you in need of wax? PartyLite has a special going on right now where you can get 3 Dozen Tea Lights of your choice for just $25!

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Mix or Match: 3 Dozen Tealights for just $25 or 3 Dozen Votives for just $35.

In addition, I am running a giveaway through 4/29/12 and if you are in need of wax anyway, you would automatically qualify to enter the Clearly Creative Tea Light Holder Giveaway!

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Nature Inspired Frosted Votive Holders

Aren’t these just the cutest things? So simple, so elegant, so inexpensive. Gardenmama’s Tutorial

You could easily fill these with water and float a tealight, or simply use a votive candle for an equally appealing look.

Elegant Lemons and White Flower Centerpiece

Just Beautiful!

Please share your ideas and inspiration 😉

I would love to see this surrounded by some floating tea lights perhaps with some beads and/or some of those flowers in the jar.

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Cranberry Mason Jar Centerpiece

This is yet another very simple, tasteful and inexpensive display using a mason jar. It seems to me this would be quite perfect for Christmas, however, change the flower or the berry or even the fruit used and you have a perfect centerpiece for any occasion.

Mix or Match Fragrances: 3 Dozen Tealights for just $25 or 3 Dozen Votives for just $35

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Daisy and Lemon Mason Jar Centerpiece

It just amazes me these days how many wonderful ideas I am coming across. This is just another example of how something so simple and inexpensive can create something just elegant. Don’t forget to imagine the endless possibilities that can be created from this one simple idea.

Happy Creating!

Photo Credit: Austin Taylor Events

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Mix or Match your choice of 3 Dozen tealights for $25 or 3 Dozen Votives for $35.

Multiple Mason Jar Centerpiece

I hope this lovely Easter Sunday afternoon finds everyone well and full of delicious eats. (I know I am) I realize I  have been focusing on a lot of recipes so I thought I would get back to some more decorative ideas.

I was led to this beautiful arrangement of mason jars @ Oh Lovely Day while browsing Pinterest.

I think this one is kind of self explanatory just by looking at the picture. I did however think that it could be jazzed up a bit by adding some fruit slices or colored beads to the bottom of the jars. I would also put a lovely tealight candle in the middle jar and perhaps a couple of the outer jars.

Mix or Match your choice of 3 Dozen tealights for $25 or 3 Dozen votives for $35.

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Mason Jar Centerpiece

What a beautiful use of a tea light candle!  The possibilities here are endless, from the color of the glass beads, the tea light, the material used to tie the bow, and even the color of the jar, this can easily be made to fit any occasion!

For the party consultant, what a wonderful way to show an awesome use for a tea light candle.

Mix or Match 3 Dozen Tealights $25 or 3 Dozen Votives for $35

Photo Credit: I Share Crafts

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