DIY – Brandy Glass Candle Light Centerpiece

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Today I am going to show you the steps on how to make a simple and splendid DIY – Brandy Glass Candle Light Centerpiece.  This centerpiece can be placed on top of any table, cabinet, or surface in the house.  It can also be used for any event as an inexpensive decoration.

Everything inside the bowl was purchased from the Dollar Tree; however, the big brandy glass bowl was purchased from a local Goodwill for only $2.00.  You can also look for bowls at neighborhood yard sales.

Here are the inexpensive materials that I used in this project:

Large ribbons in 3 different designs (you can pick and choose which colors you want at the Dollar Tree)

Gem bling - 1 pack

Elmer’s glue

Scissors

White pebbles - 1 pack

White small candle

Empty sardine’s tin can (washed well and cleaned)

 

Instruction:

Step 1:  Pour the pebbles inside the bowl and place the tin can facing down so that the candle can sit on top of it. 

Step 2:  Cut the ribbons in 8 to 10-inch pieces and fold the edges of each ribbon to form a flower.  You may also use real flowers or other artificial flowers in place of the ribbons.  You can find those items at the Dollar Tree store as well.

Step 3:  Arrange the ribbons inside the glass bowl around the candle.  If you plan to light the candle, be careful that your decorations do not burn.  As a safety precaution, use tinier ornaments inside the bowl and place them at least 1 inch away from the candle. 

Step 4:  Adding the gems (or “bling” as I like to call them!) is optional.  I added the gems around the rim of the bowl to make it look shiny and elegant.

And there you have it, simply beautiful!  You can put other ornaments inside the bowl to reflect the theme of your party or use other colors that match your home décor.

Brandy Glass

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25 Responses

  1. At Home With Zan
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    It’s amazing what you can do with supplies from the Dollar Store. This looks nice and the colors easily changed out to match different seasons.

  2. Chel
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    so beautiful and looks so easy to make! You could totally get creative with the colors in this!

  3. Sally
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    That is a great way to re-purpose a glass. With a little creativity a person could have several beautiful pieces.

  4. Befitting Style
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    I love a great diy project! It’s cost effective and it seems like this one is easy which is usually a plus.

  5. Cia Black
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    I like this idea. Maybe a future project for decorative space take on my bookshelf.

  6. Talina
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    This is such a great and fun idea! I will definitely have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Tanvi Rastogi (@Tanviidotcom)
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    Love a good DIY. This looks so simple and yet sophisticated. Perfect as a center piece.

    ❥ tanvii.com

  8. jin
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    Certainly a very cute and simple DIY to turn any brandy glass into a work of art! Thank you for sharing your DIY adventures!

  9. acraftymix
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    Those turned out lovely and I love your bling 😉 It’s such a great way to add something special to a table setting, especially if you don’t have a big budget

  10. abccooper17Allison
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    This is so cute and looks easy enough for even me to do! This would be a great for wedding shower or baby shower decorations.

  11. Kiwi
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    Ive always thought Brandy classes were so sophisticated. This is a cute DIY for a different usage for them thanks for sharing,

  12. acheerymind
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    This is a great idea to make unique Candle light centerpiece. Your detailled explanation even makes it easy to do!

  13. Samantha
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    Such a cute idea! It’s affordable & simple; my kind of craft!

  14. ktmommyscene
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    This is so pretty! I love the silver theme and elegant style you created from a brandy glass!

  15. Calleigh Keibler - TheForkBite
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    Love this DIY.. I can tackle this by following your directions. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Shevoneese
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    Great DIY. It’s so great when you can repurpose stuff. My hubby and I plan to utilize a wine bottle to make a lamp.

  17. Via Bella
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    What a cute little chic idea! I love grafts like this! I am going to try to make something like this.

  18. ipukekawaii
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    this looks beautiful, clean and elegant. awesome, thank you! ^.^

  19. Aditi
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    What a creative mind! Gorgeous centerpiece!

  20. gracielaalexandraa
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    How cute! This could be used for ANYTHING! Super adorable! You should try selling these as centerpieces for weddings! I would totally buy!

  21. elenasts
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    I love DIY projects. This one looks so pretty and easy to make at the same time.

  22. Ana Ojha
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    This looks such a cute piece and creates a signature centerpiece! Thanks for sharing the DIY!

  23. tararaquelfuller
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    always love a good repurposing project!

  24. Tiffany Yong
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    I was worried about the same thing! Whether the ribbons will burn or not when the candle is lit up~ I like how shimmery the ribbons are and they look like glass in the photos~

  25. Elizabeth O
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    Wow!! Such a great idea. That candle light centerpiece looks so gorgeous. Nice job!!

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