Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Ribbon Candle Vignette

 

 

I can't resist lighting candles throughout my home, this time of year. As the light fades in the early evening, there is a pull to create a cozy glow that chases away the darkness. This simple ribbon candle vignette was inspired by one I created for St. Patrick's Day here, making a few changes for the season.

Using two tall pillar candles of staggered height, I added a length of harvest themed ribbon to the smaller one by securing it with gold, pearl topped pins. The pins easily push into the candle.

Next I repeated the process with burlap ribbon and white, pearl topped pins. The pins add a special finishing touch and hold everything secure.

For my third candle in the vignette, I decided to use a harvest scented jar candle. Part of the charm of lighting candles, is the wonderful scent that fills your home and you need a good quality jar candle for this. I can replace it easily throughout the fall season, as it burns down. All three candles sit on a clear glass plate.

For very little effort, I have created a unique and beautiful candle grouping that will add warmth and fall color to my kitchen counter.

Happy Tuesday!

 

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16 comments:

  1. I love the various ribbons used to decorate the candles. I'm so far behind in decorating!!

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  2. Love the detail the ribbon adds. I too love having candles lit this time of year especially!

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  3. Nice addition to the candles..I can't burn scented ones anymore..Can't breathe..

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  4. These little touches add so much to the mood of the home. Very nice! Love the pearls.

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  5. Very pretty, Vicki. You are so right about wanting to create a warm glow at this time of year. I'll be lighting some candles tonight, thanks for the idea.

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  6. So pretty Vicki! I too am a fan of the soft glow from candle light. The idea adding the burlap is perfect! Nice touch!

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  7. Hi, I love the way you dressed up the candles! So pretty. I saw it on share your cup.
    Julie at julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  8. These are beautiful. Love the last one especially:)

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  9. I too love candles this time of year. Adding bits of burlap and bling makes them extra pretty Vicki! Thanks for sharing them with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  10. Hi Vicky, thanks for joining my blog and welcome! I will follow you too and thanks. I love your blog look so bright and cheery. I look forward to getting to know you. I love the candles and i want to try this. I really do need to buy some burlap this weekend at the craft store and TFS!
    Julie

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  11. Your candle vignette is very peaceful and pretty with the ribbon, burlap and jar. Great combination. Putting it on a glass plate keeps the light moving. Glad you shared this post. I love having candles this time of year also. Make the whole house smell warm and welcoming (and hopefully covers up some of the doggy smell). lol

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  12. Neat idea

    You're always welcome at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  13. Your ribboned candles are gorgeous! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  14. Isn't it amazing how a simple ribbon can change a candle. Love it. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs. Marty

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  15. Very inspiring. Love the photos too. Visiting from SYC. Very nice post !

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