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I have a new centerpiece for our kitchen table. I've updated a bit since the warmer weather has sprung, but I noticed the other day that I still had my spray-painted pinecones in my candleholder. Usually, I put colored eggs in, but since we haven't done ours yet, I decided to do something a bit different.
Lately, I've been trying to focus on using materials I already have--rather than going out to buy new stuff each time I want to do a project. I'm actually going to do a project this weekend and I think I have everything on hand already. We'll see how it goes!
For this particular project, though, I did buy some sheet moss. I used a 40% off coupon, so it was fairly cheap.
I also picked out some rocks from my rock bucket. This is where I put rocks that I dig up from the garden. Since this is a fairly new house, there are a lot out there in the dirt. : ) I chose some that I liked and washed them off.
I originally meant to hot glue the moss onto the rocks, but decided that would be rather labor-intensive. So instead, I layered the rocks and the moss.
I laid in rocks and moss, then adjusted it until I liked the arrangement. I added until it reached the part that holds the candle.
Add in a fresh candle my SIL gave me.....it's lavender. Yum!
On the table.....
And with the light.
I like the organic look. And....it was super easy. : )
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