Post # 1
I am looking for some inspiration on how to finish my centerpieces.
I have already purchased blue and silver christmas bulbs and "fishbowl" bowls to put them in. Similar to this, except my bowl is larger and it goes in a bit and then out on the top (like a fishbowl)
I am IN LOVE with Mrs. Flamingo’s centerpieces:
I’d like to be able to combine what I have with the look of her’s without having to get rid of my bowls…… any ideas for how to add some height into my centerpieces?
THANKS!!! You girls always have so many awesome ideas!
Post # 3
I would try to find some inexpensive glass candlestick holders or bud vases and hot glue gun them to the bottom of your bowls to give them a little more height..
I love the idea for your centerpieces. With a sprinkle of that sparkly fake snow on top and some votive candles around the centerpieces it’ll be so pretty!
Post # 4
Thanks for the suggestion. I never thought about gluing something underneath. I think that would look great!! I feel like I’m burned out of thinking up ideas!
Anyone else have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
Post # 5
You can buy the crystal candle stick holders at the dollar store and epoxy it to your bowls. That way you can have added height w/o having to spend a lot of money
Post # 6
It’s would be better if you use epoxy glue because I find that with a glue gun, it does not stick very well to glass…
Post # 7
I think that would work out really well! Just make sure they’re sturdy!!