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Casa Quickie: Flower Votive Display

I love this idea from Martha Stewart for making a floral display out of your votives. Rather than simply using your votives as lighting, you can use them as tabletop decorations by tying the stem of your favorite flower to each votive with a bit of raffia, some ribbon, or even a rubber band.
By placing the votive holder on top of a small, water-filled saucer, you'll keep the flowers fresh as long your party lasts. If you're having a dinner party, you can take this tabletop décor idea a step further by using a fabric marker to write the name of each guest onto the ribbon you use to tie each flower, using each votive holder as a place card as well. Or, if you use a thick rubber band, you can simply write each name with ballpoint pen. Talk about Summer style.


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mrs-dr-who mrs-dr-who 8 years
what a cute idea
mrs-dr-who mrs-dr-who 8 years
what a cute idea
vunder vunder 8 years
wouldn't the heat from the candle make the flowers wilt?
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