Thursday, December 15, 2011

Guest Post from Danny at Mommy For Reals!

Hello everyone! My name is Danny and I write over at Mommy For Reals. I am a new momma to a beautiful baby girl named Clara Mae. I use my blog as a way to publicly stumble through mommyhood and share my passions: reading, cooking, and CRAFTING!! I offer lots of tutorials and recipes (I promise I've used my family as guinea pigs first!) Please feel free to drop in anytime! Today, I am going to share with you a super easy, no sewing or glue gunning experience required Christmas craft, the Christmas Light Candle Holder. This little votive holder makes a perfect last minute neighbor, teacher, mail man, grocer, or dog walker gift! Pretty cute, isn't it? Materials: Glass globe (I got mine from Michael's) Small glass votive holder (Also from Michael's) Large Christmas bulb replacements (I found mine at Wal-Mart) Curling Ribbon Fabric Ribbon Votive Candle (Mine's vanilla scented!) Scissors Cut 5-6 lengths of curling ribbon about one foot each and curl, curl, curl! Place curled ribbons into the bottom of the large glass globe. Next, add a few light bulbs to the globe. There's no real science here. Just add as many as you like. Cut a few more lengths of curling ribbon, curl, then add to the globe. Place the glass votive holder inside the glass globe. I tested mine out in the store before I made my purchases so I knew the votive holder would fit snuggly on top without falling into the globe. Place your candle into the holder. Now, add a cute fabric ribbon around the mouth of the globe and enjoy! So easy and cute, right?! I hope you all have an awesome and fantastically happy Christmas!


Kristy said...

Danny, thanks so much for sharing this fun and creative post here at Hopeful Threads! Here's wishing you the very best with your blogging and mommy adventures! :)

Melissa said...

That is so cute! Thanks for sharing with us!

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