Holiday Mantel/ Diy: Cranberry Candles

Sit back and enjoy the simplicity of these seasonal brighteners and pop over to Kellie’s place for more inspiration!!!!!!!

LE ZOE MUSINGS

Although I would consider myself a tad bit craftier than the general population, I am no Martha Stewart. I would say that the things I create are fairly simple and very easy to replicate; that’s the end goal. Most of the time, I get ideas from what I see around the web. Creativity should be contagious and it can’t spread from one person to the next unless it’s inspiring and easy.

This past weekend, I worked on a mini decor project with Zoey. We transformed our mantel into a holiday masterpiece.  The main centerpiece was a collection of cranberry candles which we made in three easy steps. This project is extremely quick which is so perfect for the those who lack time or just plain ol’ lazy.

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Can you imagine how holiday dinner affairs would be with these cranberry candles all lit up? Just glowy and heartwarming.

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About treadlemusic

A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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5 Responses to Holiday Mantel/ Diy: Cranberry Candles

  1. witchylin says:

    “Creativity should be contagious and it can’t spread from one person to the next unless it’s inspiring and easy.” So very true Doreen.

    • treadlemusic says:

      I think that is the “key” message…..also, the materials used need to be readily available and not exorbitantly costly!!! “Found” items (thrift shop, etc) are the most exciting, next to those natural items found out my back door!!!!!! (or in the grocery store!!!)

  2. Beautiful, elegant and easy. Perfect.

  3. Thread crazy says:

    Easy enough to try and very pretty.

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