Candleholders …Floral Friday

Through the years, various candleholders have accumulated in my home, either as gifts or as impulse purchases.  Since I have largely converted to pillar battery candles for safety reasons, I have plenty of the small containers on hand.  The only place I use actual flame candles is at my meditation shrine. Most of these candleholders are too attractive to stash away in storage, so I figured out one way to utilize them.


I happen to have two “Home Interiors” deco-inspired votive candle globes. Why not hijack one of them to use as a base for a flame-inspired miniature arrangement?  The reds and yellows work with the Manhattan Style crystal to bring warmth to the room.


The steel and glass construction of this Mexican creation is a solid container for a tealight or a light-hearted, whimsical splash of floral design.


I wanted a contemporary appearance for this medium size, chrome and glass candleholder.  I decided to utilize water marbles as the mechanicals and to enhance the pristine approach to the design.  I stretched out a couple of cotton balls to provide cover and unity to top of the base. A solo Gerbera Daisy is all that is necessary for this to work.

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The Blue Jay of Happiness notes that candleholders are inexpensive solutions to use for your spur of the moment creative urges.

About swabby429

An eclectic guy who likes to observe the world around him and comment about those observations.
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