Country Living created this tablescape using plain white pillar candles wrapped in felt with coordinating letters and table runner. Scatter some felt leaves and you have yourself a stunning (and affordable) display. Why not reuse the pillars for a similar look at Christmastime?
Oodlekadoodle used two table runners instead of placemats. I think this is a great look! Simple leaf-embellished candle holders and jars of nuts adorn the center.
Better Homes and Gardens created candleholders out of small pumpkins. Super easy!
Here’s yet another wonderful use for those glass containers found at nearly every hobby store. Simplified Bee placed a large candle inside and surrounded it with acorns for a nice centerpiece.
Good Housekeeping used this idea to create a cluster of candleholders in various sizes and with a variety of nuts for a stunning effect.
Here’s the same indian corn idea shown in a tablescape with stenciled burlap (via Country Living). Bowls filled with nuts serve as candle holders.
Martha Stewart offers up a free leaf template for creating our own felt placemats. Love!
Pears anyone? Visit Taste of Home for the scoop on creating a pear centerpiece, complete with a few unique candleholders.
Lest we forget about the kids table, Blissfully Domestic has a round up of table ideas just for them!
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