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Making an Autumn Tea Light Candle Wreath

Category Autumn
This tiny fall themed wreath fits nicely around a tea light candle and adds a spot of illumination to your dining table or anywhere in your home. Learn how to make a autumn tea light candle wreath.


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This darling candle holder makes a safe small light and is so cute to set anywhere in your home. It is easy and affordable to make and so very pretty to enjoy.

Total Time: 10 minutes each

Yield: How ever many you want to make.


  • 6 small pine cones dried
  • 4 small dried pumpkins
  • 4 sprigs greenery from a bush
  • 1 small wreath made from vines
  • scissors
  • tube adhesive glue or glue gun
  • 4 pieces small paper flowers
  • 1 small tea light flameless candles


  1. Snip off parts of a shrub. Add the greenery around the wreath with either the glue gun or the glue. (If you use contact glue be sure to do this project in a well vented environment.)
  2. Now glue the pumpkins around spacing evenly. Add in the tiny pine cones.
  3. Glue the paper roses onto the wreathe.
  4. Put a candle in the center.
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  6. Now you have a nice small decorative candle in a holder. These would look great on a Christmas tree as well. Just add a little ribbon to each side and hang. Make plenty of them and give to friends or put on your mantel.
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Crafts AutumnDecember 4, 2018
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