Glitter Votive Holders & Thanksgiving Centerpiece

9:14:00 PM

This Thanksgiving tablescape is inspired by a couple of my favorite bloggers. In the last week or so, Kelly at Live Laugh Rowe shared her Thanksgiving tablescape from last year, which included upside down goblets to create some height. This inspired me to dig out some awesome 70's goblets from my mom that is harvest gold...perfect for Thanksgiving!

Then Miranda at the Pinterest Project posted about using Modge Podge to glitter up some pillar candles. I've been attempting to get my craft supplies in order, and I happened to find some glitter tucked away, along with some clear glass votive holders from a failed project (don't ask). Keep in mind I have a 4-year-old girl, and everything is better with glitter in her mind, so I knew regardless of the outcome, one person would be happy with the results.



So for the glitter votive holders, this is what you need:

Clean glass votive holders (no residue from candles...or old failed crafts)
Painters tape
Mod podge or other adhesive
Glitter

You will also want something to catch the excess glitter. I just used a piece of newspaper.

This is the super easy process:

Tape off the area that you want glittered with painters tape.


Brush on the Modge Podge. You want the coat to be even.


Shake the glitter onto the adhesive. Do this over a piece of paper so you can easily catch and reuse the excess. Yes, most likely you will feel like you are back in school, playing with glitter like this. I know I did!


Allow to dry before carefully peeling off the tape.


Then you can arrange your upside down goblets. Throw in a coppery lantern, a platter, some leaf dishes.



In about 20 minutes of hands on time, there you have it--a glittery harvest time centerpiece.

And of course, as soon as Lil Bit saw it, she loved it!




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20 comments

  1. Popped in from SITS! Those are so cute!

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  2. Simplicity at its best - I love the votives!

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  3. stopping by from SITS

    That looks easy enough that even I could do it. And most things can be vastly improved by a little glitter ;)

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  4. very pretty! Who doesn't love glitter? Heading to dollar tree

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  5. Well done, they look nice. I'm visiting from Made In a Day Linkey party. Hope you visit back. http://hearttoheartathome.blogspot.com/

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  6. These came out so cute! I love using glitter. Thanks so much for joining in the Thankful for Our Community Hop. I'm following through facebook and twitter.

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  7. Love the glitter votive holders. I WILL get myself organized so I have time to do this stuff. Of course, I have to get off the computer...

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  8. Oh, I should add: Stopping my from Sharefest!

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  9. Super cute! This would be a fun project for the kids, too!

    Happy Saturday Sharefest!

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  10. So pretty and nice and simple too!

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  11. I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on now at ‘Or so she says …’. We’ve also got a fun “Favorite Things” giveaway going on right now. Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  12. Very nice! I love the ecclectic blend of pieces. And I think my mom had goblets like that!

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  13. I love glitter and I love these! I love you for making them! LOL. These are super cute! Great job!
    Dee from The CSI Project

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  14. What a great idea. They look lovely. Megan

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  15. Glitter! I love it, and don't know if I would have thought of it to dress my table up that little bit more! :)
    Great idea!
    xoxo

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  16. So pretty and sparkly! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you'd like to follow each other!

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  17. How beautiful! So simple but it looks fabulous!
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