Candle Bouquet

Instead of standing candles solo in soldier-straight rows, casually group them like fresh-cut flowers in a vase.

What You'll Need:
Enlarge Image Use sand or aquarium gravel to anchor the candle bouquet in a decorative glass urn.
  • Wide-mouth glass container or vase
  • Sand or aquarium gravel
  • Dripless taper candles

1. Wash and dry the glass container or vase. Fill the bottom one-third with sand or gravel.

2. Arrange a grouping of dripless taper candles in the sand, allowing the candles to fall playfully to the side, resting on the container edge.

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