Clair Wright
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elsa lanchester

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Corn and candle

Corn and Candles Centerpiece Dried corn kernels in a plain glass jar create a cozy spot for candles. Look for candles with autumn aromas to give your centerpiece even more fall appeal.

Vases of differing heights

So pretty! Glue fake flowers to the bottom of a tall vase (or to stones you could drop in), fill with water, and top with a floating candle Gorgeous and you could use any color to fit the room you put it in -- would make a good centerpiece

Square vases

Beautiful center pieces or just around the house- rocks, flower of your choice (maybe string it to a rock by the stem so it doesn't float) in a vase, fill with water, add small candle and voila-on the mantle?

A cactus in a goblet

One of the most beautiful weddings I've ever attended used succulents as centerpieces at the reception. The unusual plants were nestled in small colored glass votives that were laden with pretty, tiny pebbles. Would you use succulents as centerpieces at

Lighting

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