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DIY Centerpiece For Mother’s Day Brunch

It’s almost Mother’s Day and this inverted wine glass candle holder in fresh flowers makes a beautiful center piece!

Starr's DIY Creations & Inspirations for Home and Family

Created by Starr Durrant

Center pieces are a fun and creative way to brighten up your table. You’ve put the time into preparing that special meal; now showcase it on a table set with a stunning arrangement that is equally impressive and lets your guests know how much you care.

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What you need
A fresh bouquet of your choice from flower shop or super market
A dish or bowl no more than 3 inches deep
Two Wine Glasses
Adhesive Jewels
A few scented candles in small glass containers ( can be found at most dollar stores)
Ice cubes

#1 – Wine Glass Candle Holder
This Mother’s Day I decided to do my own version of the upside down wine glass/candle holder idea.  I added to it by embellishing it with some self-adhesive jewels to give each glass base a bit more sparkle. These jewels can be removed easily afterwards so the…

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Lily Fairy 2015

By Starr Durrant

This beautiful little fairy is a great addition to any flower-pot! This past Easter, I wanted to come up with a special gift for my daughter who is both hosting an Easter brunch and just happens to be a fan of Lilies and Fairies. Using a silk lily and 5 ” plastic doll from the re-use center, I was able to come up with a fun, easy project that makes a great addition to an Easter flower arrangement!

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I deconstructed the lily and stitched two of the smaller petals to the back of a larger one to make the wings. I then took the head and arms from the 5″ doll and attached them with hot glue. The crown is an old piece of plastic flowers, I added  jewels for a bit of bling on her fairy crown. I debated adding sparkles to the wings or body but there is something so appealing in its simplicity that I remain undecided. I added a stick to the pot of lilies and placed my Lily Fairy on to it and my Easter gift to my lovely daughter is ready to go!

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Happy Easter Crafting!

Also See My Other Easter Crafts
DIY Duct Tape Easter Bows
DIY Duct Tape Decorating Ideas for Easter

How to De-yolk an Uncracked Egg Before Decorating

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